60 Minutes tops demos as Sunday Night wins Sunday

Nine’s 60 Minutes was the top show across the three key advertising demographics of 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 last night.

The show was third in total viewers for the night and first in its time slot, rating 1.302m and improving on last week’s episode which rated 1.181m.

It was Nine’s rival current affairs show, Seven’s Sunday Night, however, which topped the night in total viewers, rating 1.378m.

Across the key advertising demos, Sunday Night was second in 25-54 and fourth in 16-39 and 18-49.

Ten’s double episode of Modern Family was the top two shows for the network, and was ninth and tenth in total viewers.

The shows improved in the key ad demos, with rating second and third across the night in 16-39, third and sixth in 18-49 and fifth and sixth in 25-54.

Nine’s coverage of the session two of the second cricket test between Australia v South Africa rated 1.135m in total viewers. It was fifth in the night for total viewers as well as 16-39, 18-49 and fourth in 25-54.

In the battle for breakfast on Sunday, Weekend Sunrise beat Weekend Today, 341,000 to 278,000.

Sunday’s top 15 shows:
1. Sunday Night – Seven 1.378m
2. Nine News – Nine 1.332m
3. 60 Minutes – Nine 1.302m
4. Seven News – Seven 1.167m
5. Test Cricket – Session 2 – Nine 1.135m
6. Air Ways – Seven 0.893m
7. Border Security – Seven 0.848m
8. Bones – Seven 0.824m
9. Modern Family – Episode 1 – Ten 0.785m
10. Modern Family – Episode 2 – Ten 0.773m
11. Michael Palin’s Brazil – ABC 0.739m
12. ABC News – ABC 0.732m
13. The Cricket Show – Nine 0.719m
14. Homeland – Ten 0.711m
15. Test Cricket – Session 1 – Nine 0.709m

Sunday’s channel share:
Seven: 23.2%
Nine: 20.6%
Ten: 13.0%
ABC1: 11.7%
7mate: 6.1%
GO!: 5.1%
SBS1: 4.0%
7TWO 3.9%
Gem: 3.3%
Eleven: 2.6%
ABC2: 2.3%
One: 2.2%
ABC News 24: 0.7%
ABC3: 0.6%
SBS2: 0.5%


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