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No contest as Seven’s Sunday sizzles

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Last night everything went Seven’s way big time.

Not only did it win from 6pm onwards, led by My Kitchen Rules on 1.86m, but its network share was a whopping 41.9%.

It dwarfed Nine’s 24.4%, with TEN on 17.6%, ABC on a mere 12.7% and SBS on just 3.4%.

Following MKR were INXS: Never Tear Us Apart (1.77m), Sunday Night (1.68m), Seven News (1.34m) and Tricked (330,000 in 4 cities).

It wasn’t all bad news for Nine with The Block attracting its best figures this season on 1.36m. Next were Nine News (1.14m), but 60 Minutes was thumped (858,000) and Mayday Mayday: Terror on QF32 landed on 586,000.

A Women’s Snowboard Cross Final was best for TEN at 825,000 in 4 cities. Next were TEN Eyewitness News (482,000), Sochi Winter Olympics (424,000 / 391,000) and lastly the troubled So You Think You Can Dance Australia (313,000). The latter is losing ground with every episode and was so low TEN couldn’t even find the space to mention it in their ratings wrap to media this morning. Ouch.

Rake improved on its season premiere, lifting to 739,000 viewers for ABC1. It was followed by David Attenborough’s: Rise of Animals (716,000), ABC News (681,000)and Golf: Women’s Australian Open (318,000).

On SBS ONE it was Archaeology: A Secret History (230,000), SBS World News (218,000) and Blackout (72,000).

Sochi Winter Olympics was best on ONE at 391,000 and a good 6% share.

Story copied from tvtonight.com.au


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