Football and bullying score for Nine on Sunday

A special edition of A Current Affair, which featured bullied school kid Casey Heynes, and Nine’s Sunday Football, which dished up an end-to-end encounter between the Manly Sea Eagles and the Sydney Roosters, won the Sunday ratings contest for Nine.

The network claimed 22.4% share compared to Seven’s 21.9%, according to OzTam’s preliminary Sunday night ratings.

Seven News was the day’s most watched show, with 1.419m viewers, followed by Nine News. Seven’s The Force was the most watched non-news programme, up from 1.075m viewers last week to 1.302m last night.

Of the digital shows, GO!’s The Big Bang Theory did well, with 0.317m.

Sunday’s top rating shows:

  1. Seven News Seven 1.419m
  2. Nine News Nine 1.381m
  3. The Force Seven 1.302m
  4. A Current Affair 1.237m
  5. 60 Minutes Nine 1.231m
  6. Border Security Seven 1.214m
  7. Midsomer Murders ABC1 1.119m
  8. Sunday Night Seven 1.039m
  9. The Biggest Loser Ten 1.017m
  10. Modern Family Ten 1.01m
  11. The Mentalist Nine 0.939m
  12. Bondi Rescue Ten 0.904m
  13. Customs Nine 0.903m
  14. Bones Seven 0.873m
  15. ABC News ABC 0.816m

Sunday’s station shares:

  • Nine: 22.4%
  • Seven: 21.9%
  • Ten: 15.3%
  • ABC1: 14.4%
  • GO!: 4.9%
  • SBS1: 4.6%
  • 7TWO 3.6%
  • 7mate: 3.4%
  • Eleven: 3.1%
  • Gem: 3.0%
  • ABC2: 1.0%
  • ABC News 24: 0.8%
  • One: 0.7%
  • SBS2: 0.6%
  • ABC3: 0.5%

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