Seven pips Nine for Sunday win
It’s been a while since Seven has managed a Sunday win over Nine but that happened last night in both primary channels and network share.
Spotlight‘s UFO special drew 759,000 metro viewers, a lift on last Sunday’s outing.
In entertainment Celebrity Apprentice drew 691,000 (rising to 777,000 for the Boardroom) then MasterChef Australia (624,000) and Spicks & Specks (487,000).
Later 60 Minutes led at 518,000 then movie: Red (387,000), FBI: Most Wanted (254,000) and Wakefield (200,000).
Seven network won Sunday with 29.9% then Nine 28.6%, 10 19.7%, ABC 14.0% and SBS 7.9%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.18m for Seven.
Nine News (1.14m) was best for Nine. A late edition pulled 336,000. Law & Order: Organized Crime was 114,000.
The Sunday Project drew 486,000 / 305,000 for 10. 10 News First was 307,000 / 254,000. Later FBI was 159,000.
ABC News was 632,000 for ABC. Compass (197,000) and Smother (128,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (204,000 / 143,000) while Henry VIII and the King’s Men averaged 170,000 across 3 episodes.
While Offsiders topped multichannels at 176,000 on ABC News it was actually a Victorian govt press conference.