A second episode of dancing with the Stars managed to hold off tough competition last night, outsold the Tube’s entertainment crowd of 645,000, impressively, just 2,000 fewer than at its launch last weekend.
Mixed online reviews for Varna saw 528,000 draw in a 7pm timeslot, well below a Underbelly: escape act by way of comparison of Sunday drama for Nine, which was 719,000 last year when it followed mafs.
Meanwhile from 19:30 were Master Chef Australia (480,000 and still going strong in demos) e Great designs revisited (377,000).
60 minutes (357,000) exceeded 7News headlines (305,000), Silent witness (297,000) e FBI (185,000).
Seven led in the primary odds, but Nine Network won Sunday with 31.5%, then Seven 29.5%, 10 16.9%, ABC 14.1% and SBS 8.0%.
Nine news (839,000) was Nine’s best with a late edition at 268,000.
Seven news it was number 1 with 940,000. The last one it was 195,000.
The Sunday Project he drew 297,000 / 198,000 for 10. 10 news first it was 197,000 / 158,000. NCIS: Hawaii it was 111,000.
ABC News pulled 550,000. Compass (173,000) e The messenger (90,000) followed.
News from the SBS world by then it had risen to 192,000/114,000 Queens of ancient Egypt (95,000 in three episodes) e Patagonia (52,000).
Blue topped multichannel at 159,000.
In Total TV last Sunday’s numbers were:
Silent witness: 627,000
Parental orientation: 703,000
Master Chef Italy: 741,000
Ash series: 1.06m
Dancing with the Stars: 1.14m
OzTAM Overnight stays: Sunday 25 June 2023.