If COVID’s been good for anything, it’s been attracting decent audience numbers to news programs.
But if there was an exception to the rule it would have to be 10’s Sunday evening outing of The Sunday Project.
Last night’s episode could only muster 393,000 viewers according to OzTAM metro numbers and was easily overrun by the competition.
Nine’s The Block rose to a room winner high of 1.065 million and was the only show to go over the million-mark last night.
Seven’s Beat The Chasers still hasn’t found its feet, it did an okay-ish 630,000.
Nine easily won the night with 34.2 per cent of the audience share (all channels). Seven was a distant second with 26.5 per cent, the ABC clinched third and 16.4 per cent, 10 did 15.3 per cent and SBS had 7.7 per cent.
In the battle of the news bulletins Nine (949,000) took bragging rights. Seven’s had 922,000, the ABC’s pulled 655,000 and 10 News First managed 322,000.
Nine’s 60 Minutes had 526,000 and Seven’s Crime Investigation Australia: Most Infamous did 337,000.
Over at the ABC, Restoration Australia managed 525,000 and Roadkill did 351,000.
Nine’s RBT posted 225,000, Seven’s Killer Tapes did 217,000 and 10’s The Graham Norton Show managed 294,000.
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