In the interview Murray denied killing Michael Jackson, declaring he had been trying to wean the singer of Propofol. But Liz Hayes told him he should never have been on it in the first place.
ABC’s 50th anniversary for Doctor Who managed 922,000 viewers at 7:30pm with a further 424,000 watching at 6:50am. Even more would have watched via iview yesterday, but those numbers are not yet available.
Nine won the night with a 30.2% then Seven 29.3%, ABC 18.7%, TEN 16.9% and SBS 4.9%.
Nine News was next for Nine at 1.32m then David Attenborough’s Secrets of Wild India (1.15m), Ashes series (1.06m / 1.00m / 962,000), The Cricket Show (773,000) and Movie: Crazy Stupid Love (620,000).
Seven News led Seven with 1.12m then Sunday Night ( 1.10m), Bones (746,000), Wild Planet: North America (692,000 fourth in its slot) and Castle (619,000 / 405,000).
Following Doctor Who (922,000) for ABC1 was ABC News (853,000), An Adventure in Space and Time (633,000), Doctor Who (424,000 AM broadcast) and Compass (273,000).
On TEN it was Modern Family (740,000 / 731,000), Elementary (707,000), TEN Eyewitness News (484,000), The Graham Norton Show (426,000), David Attenborough’s Living with Baboons (309,000) and Have You Been Paying Attention? (294,000).
Meet the Romans (235,000) was best on SBS ONE then The Hunt for the Book of Spells (191,000), King of Hollywood: Inventing David Geffen (139,000) and World News Australia (138,000).
GEM’s Antiques Roadshow led multichannels with 252,000.
Insiders: 173,000 / 93,000 / 41,000
The Bolt Report: 134,000 / 19,000
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 24 November 2013