The homage of the 10 to Jock Zonfrillo became a magnet for the public last night.
Master Chef Australia returned to the Tube’s impressive 761,000 crowd, its biggest launch in three years.
The Sunday Project it also achieved outstanding numbers at 610,000 and helped 10’s main channel surpass Nine’s.
The farmer wants a wife it was second in its slot at 607,000 as of 7pm then Lego Masters (567,000) e Great designs (364,000 from 7.30pm).
After 7News headlines (372,000) eclipsed Midsomer murders (369,000), 60 minutes (340,000) e NCIS Hawaii (235,000).
Blue it drove multichannel during the day at 458,000 and another 100,000 watched a replay.
Seven network won Sunday with 27.5% then Nine 25.2%, 10 24.3%, ABC 15.8% and SBS 7.2%.
Seven news it still topped Sunday with 1 million viewers. The last one it drew 218,000 then Born to Kill (121,000).
Nine news (806,000) was a best for Nine. A late edition was 192,000. Australian Crime Stories it was 102,000.
10 news first it was 245,000 / 236,000 times 10. FBI managed 128,000.
ABC News he drew 489,000. Midsomer Murders: 25 years of chaos (222,000) e Compass (138,000) followed.
On SBS it was News from the SBS world (172,000 / 125,000), Lost beasts (85,000), Titanic: The New Trials (74,000) and The Coronation: A Day to Remember (36,000).
In Total TV last Sunday’s numbers were:
Midsomer murders: 841,000
Close to me: 244,000
The farmer wants a wife: 1.14m
Lego Masters: 983,000
I’m a celebrity. Get me out of here: 945,000
OzTAM Overnight stays: Sunday 7 May 2023.