Last night was a reset for viewers with two new reality shows on offer and one nostalgic special.
hunted won at 619,000 metro viewers, leading in entertainment and the demos -a good result for 10 given others had a 30 minute jump start.
That was ahead of The Best of The Best & Worst of Red Faces (592,000 from 7pm), Joanna Lumley’s Great Cities of the World (488,000 from 7:40pm) and Beauty & the Geek (476,000 from 7pm).
Later 60 minutes (383.00) edged out Mystery Road: Origin (328,000), 7News Spotlight (299,000), and NCIS: Hawaii (222,000).
Seven network won Sunday with 27.3% then Nine 26.5%, 10 20.9%, ABC 15.2% and SBS 10.1%.
Seven News was #1 at 912,000. A repeat of Murder in the Outback managed 160,000.
Nine News (845,000) was best for Nine with a late edition at 259,000.
The Sunday Project drew 386,000 / 244,000 for 10. 10 News First was 219,000 / 191,000. FBI was 129,000.
abcnews pulled 569,000 for ABC. compass (196,000) and Small Ax (83,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (159,000 / 127,000), Lost World of Angkor Wat (126,000) and Tour de France (110,000 across the network).
Insiders led multichannels on ABC News at 152,000.
In Total TV numbers last Sunday were:
Mystery Road: Origin: 764,000
big brother: 607,000
NCIS: Hawaii: 395,000
Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery: 825,000
Wimbledon: Men’s Final: 1.3m
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 17 July 2022