Last night without such heated competition it finally rose to a very healthy 1.4m viewers with Josh & Jenna winning the bathroom room reveal. But the night still went Seven’s way.
Seven network shares were 31.0%, Nine was 29.1%, TEN was 20.0%, ABC was 15.5% and SBS was 4.4%.
Downton Abbey was 1.34m for Seven then The Force (1.3m), Border Security (1.27m), Seven News (1.21m), Sunday Night (1.19m), and Castle (439,000 / 275,000).
Following The Block, 60 Minutes was next best for Nine on 1.17m then Nine News (1.08m), Bladerunner: My Lover, My Killer (742,000), The Mentalist (561,000) and CSI (393,000).
Without that other cooking show against it MasterChef: The Professionals settles for 893,000 viewers. Also for TEN were Elementary (869,000), Modern Family (682,000), TEN News (599,000), The Graham Norton Show (485,000), Bondi Rescue (422,000) and The Simpsons (347,000).
ABC News (859,000) led ABC1 then Midsomer Murders (714,000), Kevin McCloud’s Man Made House (682,000), Dream Build (569,000) and Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey (251,000).
History Cold Case (259,000) was best for SBS ONE followed by Wonders of the Solar System (215,000) and World News Australia (172,000).
Movie: Knight and Day on GO! topped multichannels with 280,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 24 February 2013