Seven’s All Together Now finale pulls in 717,000

The finale of Seven’s new program, All Together Now, achieved 717,000 metro viewers.

The show, which featured host Julia Zemiro, grew to 1.074m nationally, making it the most watched entertainment show of Sunday evening. It also topped the 16-39 and 18-49 advertising demographics.

The finale of All Together Now pulled just over 700,000

The show premiered on October 8 with a metro audience of 813,000.

All Together Now’s finale result is much stronger than Seven’s other new shows this year. Earlier in the year, Seven’s Australian Spartan finished with 447,000 metro viewers, while Dance Boss bowed out with 264,000.

The program pulled in 210,000 viewers more than Nine’s RBT, which averaged 507,000 across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

On Ten, The Sunday Project 7pm pulled in 312,000 metro viewers, while The Graham Norton Show, which ran from 7:30pm, averaged 366,000.

The ABC ran documentary, Don’t Stop The Music, from 7:40pm, which pulled in 443,000 metro viewers.

However, the most watched program of Sunday night was Seven News, with a metro audience of 888,000. Nine News Sunday captured 812,000 metro viewers.

Nine’s 60 Minutes beat Seven’s Sunday Night in the later time slot, with metro audience of 647,000 and 571,000 respectively.

Nine’s 60 Minutes ran an interview with former tennis star John McEnroe, while Seven’s Sunday Night ran an interview with publicist Roxy Jacenko and her husband, Oliver Curtis.

ABC’s most watched program was its news bulletin, with 666,000 metro viewers.

Earlier on in the day, Ten’s Supercars Championship coverage captured 286,000 for race two.

Overall, Seven won the evening with a 20.7% share ahead of Nine’s 19.4%. ABC beat Ten with a 10.8% share over a 10.1% share, and SBS finished on 5%.

When including the multi-channels, Seven’s share grew to 32.4%, while Nine Network finished with a 29.2% share. Network 10 scraped ahead of the ABC on shares of 15.3% and 15.2% respectively. SBS Network’s share


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