Seven’s gamble to revive This is Your Life has paid off with the show leading entertainment with 655,000 metro viewers last night.
Seven took a point to bring back the heritage series produced by ITV Studios Australia, and to boldly announce its guest, Ian Thorpe, ahead of the broadcast (previously a surprise on the night).
But it paid off for the network eclipsing 60 minutes (612,000), hunted (550,000 from 7:30pm and topping the demos) and Joanna Lumley’s Great Cities of the World (474,000 from 7:40 p.m.).
Later Beauty & the Geek drew 392,000 then 7News Spotlight (316,000) and Mystery Road: Origin (302,000).
Seven network won Sunday with 30.5% then Nine 26.8%, 10 18.1%, ABC 14.8% and SBS 9.8%.
Seven News was #1 at 933,000. A repeat of Murder In The Outback: The Falconio & Lees Mystery was 125,000.
Nine News pulled 848,000 for Nine with Social Media Murders: The Murder Of Molly McLaren at 216,000.
The Sunday Project was 325,000 / 235,000 for 10. 10 News First was 231,000 / 176,000. NCIS: Hawaii was 174,000 and FBI was 97,000.
ABCNews was 559,000 for ABC. compass (178,000) and Small Ax (55,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (185,000 / 148,000), London’s Super Tunnel (133,000) and Tour de France Women (104,000).
7mate’s Harry Potter movie led multichannels at 130,000.
Total TV numbers for last Sunday were:
Mystery Road: Origin: 694,000
Beauty & the Geek: 817,000
NCIS: Hawaii: 411,000
60 Minutes: 619,000
Joanna Lumley’s Great Cities of the World: 799,000
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 24 July 2022