Seven’s Little Big Shots tops Sunday night ratings

Seven’s new entertainment show, Little Big Shots, won the Sunday night ratings for the second consecutive week, but it wasn’t enough to beat Nine in the overall average audience shares and the key advertising demographics.

This week the show attracted 1.305m, down from the 1.67m metro audience which tuned in for the premiere.

According to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings, the show placed third across all key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s – beaten by Nine’s The Block and Nine News Sunday, which placed first and second respectively.

In the same time slot, The Block achieved 1.197m metro viewers, while Ten’s Australian Survivor managed a metro audience of 574,000.

ABC’s Grand Designs: House of the Year, which ran at the same time as The Block, Australian Survivor, and Little Big Shots, captured 522,000 metro viewers.

The later time slot was won by Nine, with 773,000 metro viewers tuning in to 60 Minutes, ahead of Seven’s Sunday Night, which had 747,000 metro viewers.

ABC’s Inspector George Gently, which ran in the later time slot, pulled 693,000.

News was won by Nine with a metro audience of 1.190m at 6pm, compared to Seven News’ 974,000.

Earlier in the day, Nine’s Weekend Today beat Seven’s Weekend Sunrise, with metro audiences of 286,000 and 261,000 respectively.

Despite Seven’s success at 7pm, Nine won the average audience share with 24.8%, slightly ahead of Seven’s share of 21.9%.

ABC placed third with 12.8%, Ten managed 10.3%, and SBS had 3.8%.


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