In a relatively quiet Sunday night of TV, Seven’s All Together Now was the standout entertainment show of the night with 698,000 viewers.
Yet again, news and current affairs dominated with Seven’s 6pm news bulletin (913,000) the most watched show of the night followed by Nine’s version with 851,000.
60 Minutes was the third most watched show with 713,0000, followed by All Together Now, the ABC’s 7pm news (694,000) and Sunday Night (611,000).
Nine held on for the win, taking home 31.1 per cent of Sunday’s audience share. Seven had to settle for 29.2 per cent, the ABC claimed third with 18.2 per cent, 10 got relegated to fourth and 14.1 per cent and SBS had 7.4 per cent.
Nine’s other highlights included RBT (535,000), the movie Jason Bourne (421,000) and its 5pm news bulletin (278,000).
Over at Seven, its other performers were Manhunt (297,000) and Seven News At Five (292,000), while the coverage of the Australian Open Golf peaked at 183,000.
10’s best was The Sunday Project with 353,000, The Graham Norton Show with 354,000 and NCIS with 291,000.
The ABC’s evening ran thus: 7pm news (694,000), Maigret (535,000) and Don’t Stop The Music (518,000).
Over at SBS, its best was Pompeii’s Final Hours: New Evidence with 244,000.
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