The 59th TV Week Logie Awards helped Nine to a Sunday win as the ratings race resume, but it was down on 2016 when Waleed Aly took Gold.
The marathon broadcast lasting 4 hours drew 972,000 viewers in preliminary numbers, down on 2016’s 1.12m. The Red Carpet Arrivals, at 864,000 viewers was also down on 1.06m last year.
My Kitchen Rules topped the night at 1.26m viewers, with Seven drawing an impressive share close behind Nine.
TEN’s share was off the map last night, unable to reach double figures. Elsewhere Doctor Whowas down on last wee for ABC at 464,000 viewers.
Nine network won with 35.4% then Seven 33.9%, ABC 14.4%, TEN 9.9% and SBS 6.3%.
Nine News was best for Nine with 1.06m viewers then the TV Week Logie Awards (972,000) and Red Carpet Arrivals (864,000).
My Kitchen Rules was #1 for Seven with 1.26m viewers then Seven News (1.23m), Sunday Night(879,000) and The Suspects (501,000).
ABC News (792,000), Doctor Who (464,000), Grantchester (424,000) and a repeat of John Clarke: Thanks For Your Time (303,000) comprised ABC’s night.
Modern Family (332,000 / 320,000) led a poor night for TEN. TEN Eyewitness News (331,000), Bondi Rescue (302,000), Bull (270,000) and Family Feud (252,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (195,000), The Last Days of Jesus (181,000), Nazi Megastructures (118,000) and Saving Africa’s Elephants (106,000).