Seven’s new singing program All Together Now – The 100 debuted to a promising 813,000 viewers last night, but it failed to put a dent in The Block that ruled Sunday with 1.139 million viewers.
Nine won the evening with 32.4 per cent of the audience. Seven was second with 27.9 per cent. The ABC again had the measure of Ten’s Sunday night, 17.4 per cent to 16.8 per cent respectively. SBS pulled 5.5 per cent.
Seven’s 6pm news (942,000) beat Nine’s bulletin (842,000), while 60 Minutes (698,000) saw off a disappointing Sunday Night (499,000).
Over at Ten, its Bathurst Super Car coverage peaked at 745,000, yet strangely dropped to 663,000 for the podium presentation. Ten’s other highlights were The Sunday Project with 620,000 and Game Of Games with 536,000.
For some unexplained reason there was no 7pm news bulletin on the ABC last night, meaning Aunty’s bet best was Joanna Lumley’s Silk Road with 593,000, followed by Rake with 453,000, a repeat of The World’s Busiest Cities with 392,000 and Vera with 334,000.
Over at the SBS, its best for the night was Italy’s Invisible Cities with 159,000.
GHO Sydney has developed a new educational platform for Family Planning NSW to help parents and carers of children with disabilities navigate the changes to their bodies, emotions and social interactions. The project, ‘Planet Puberty’, was made possible through funding from the federal government’s Department of Social Services, and was co-designed with people with disability […]