7News Spotlight bombshell propels Seven to victory on Sunday

7News Spotlight bombshell propels Seven to victory on Sunday

A bomb 7News headlines the report which included CCTV footage from Parliament and audio of Lisa Wilkinson preparing an interview won its timeslot last night.

Seven’s interview with Bruce Lehrmann drew 600,000 subway viewers, well in front of Master Chef Australia (483,000) The summit 462,000 for the finale (rising to 487,000 for the announced winner) and Designing a legacy (295,000).

After 60 minutes it was leading then with 426,000 The Secrets of Prince Andrew (398,000), Silent witness (251,000) e NCIS: Hawaii (162,000 / 104,000).

Blue it topped multichannel and entertainment at 529,000.

Seven network won on Sunday with 32.1% then Nine 28.2%, 10 17.5%, ABC 14.1% and SBS 8.0%.

Seven news was number 1 -only- at 818,000. Born to Kill managed 169,000 for Seven.

Nine news it was surpassed at 810,000 with a final edition at 280,000 on Nine. Australian Crime Stories it was 117,000.

The Sunday Project pulled 307,000 / 191,000 for 10. 10 news first it was 205,000 / 144,000.

ABC News he drew 487,000. Compass (185,000) e The messenger (106,000) followed.

On SBS it was News from the SBS world (159,000 / 107,000), Pompeii: The Secrets of Civita Giulana (107,000), Shackleton’s Resistance: Lost Ship Found (104,000) and Patagonia (54,000).

In Total TV last Sunday’s numbers were:

Silent witness: 476,000
Ottonauts: 275,000
NCIS: Hawaii: 312,000
The messenger: 328,000
Master Chef Australia: 830,000
The summit: 772,000

OzTAM Overnight stays: Sunday 4 June 2023