House Rules tops Sunday reality for second week in a row

House Rules led on Sunday for the second week in a row, rising on last Sunday’s 1.19m to 1.28m last night.

It topped the demos once more, beating The Voice Live at 1.03m, down slightly on last Sunday, and MasterChef‘s 794,000, screening 30 minutes later.

Nine News won the news battle but while Sunday Night led in current affairs, it was not head to head with a later 60 Minutes.

The season finale of Grantchester was up for ABC and Italy’s Invisible Cities is likely to again top the week for SBS.

Seven network won Sunday with 30.3% then Nine 29.7%, TEN 17.2%, ABC 15.6% and SBS 7.2%.

House Rules was #1 with 1.28m viewers then Seven News (1.24m), Sunday Night (829,000) and The Suspects: True Australian Thrillers (361,000). The Blacklist was 187,000.

Nine News (1.27m) led for Nine then The Voice (1.03m) and 60 Minutes (758,000). Nine had some late changes due to news events meaning Challenger Disaster: The Lost Tapes did not play.

MasterChef Australia (794,000) topped TEN’s night followed by Modern Family (410,000 / 293,000), TEN Eyewitness News (393,000), Bull (388,000), Family Feud (285,000) and NCIS: New Orleans (186,000).

ABC News (784,000), Grantchester (695,000), Doctor Who (428,000) and DCI Banks (407,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Italy’s Invisible Cities (367,000), SBS World News (249,000), and The Story of God with Morgan Freeman (165,000).

ABC2’s Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom ruled multichannels once more with 194,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 4 June 2017.

Updated.

5 Comments:

  1. Any word on what will happen to “A Moveable Feast” (the new food program that debuted on Channel 7 in VIC yesterday at 5:30pm) when Sunday AFL returns?

    I really enjoyed it, not original but it was different and funny.

    I heard it was soundly beaten by Postcards on Channel 9, sadly.

    The program is a TV version of the radio show that airs on Saturday mornings on 3AW. Hosted by powerhouse 3AW Breakfast’s Ross Stevenson and his head producer.

  2. The Challenger special wasn’t on, Nine replaced with a news special on the London attack.
    Second Sunday in a row they’ve shafted the special for a current news item.

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