Seven went on a winning streak last night, contributing to another win on Sunday.
A The farmer wants a wife finale concluded with a season-high 737,000 tube spectators – a reunion is yet to come.
It was well faced Master Chef Australia (492,000 from 7.30pm) but the cooking show was the best in demonstrations then The summit (441,000) which went up last Sunday and Great designs (417,000 from 7.30pm).
After 7News headlines led with 362,000 losses 60 minutes (355,000), NCIS: Hawaii (190,000) e The messenger (179,000).
During the day Blue topped multichannel with a record 492,000.
Seven network won on Sunday with 32.4% then Nine 27.2%, 10 18.3%, ABC 14.0% and SBS 8.1%.
Seven news he was number 1 at a maximum of 1.04m. The last one it was 194,000 then Born to Kill (102,000).
Nine news (831,000) was Nine’s best with a late edition at 196,000.
The Sunday Project he scored 305,000 / 193,000 out of 10. 10 news first it was 197,000 / 152,000. FBI managed 114,000.
ABC News he drew 546,000. Antiques Roadshow (163,000), Compass (159,000) and movies: Suffragette (73,000) followed.
On SBS it was News from the SBS world (155,000 / 110,000), Lost beasts (119,000) e Tutankhamun: the last exhibition (95,000).
In Total TV last Sunday’s numbers were:
Kangaroo beach: 55,000
The messenger: 512,000
Master Chef Italy: 834,000
60 minutes: 636,000
The farmer wants a wife: 1.35m
The summit: 688,000
Eurovision song contest: Winner: 376,000
OzTAM Overnight stays: Sunday 21 May 2023