The Block: All Stars continues to build for Nine

The Block All Stars logoThe Block: All Stars has now rated over one million city viewers for a week, with a series high of 1.44 million tuned in last night.

Preliminary OzTam capital data showed the program was number one for the night across all demographics.

But Seven’s consistent Sunday performers – Downton Abbey (1.306 million), Seven News (1.261 million), The Force – Behind The Line (1.130 million) and Border Security (1.053 million) pushed  the network to a solid overall win.

Sunday again proved to be Ten’s best night of the week, with MasterChef: The Professionals (852,000) running ninth after slipping below 500,000 on one night last week.

It ran third in both 16-39 years olds and 18-49-year-olds.

Elementary (757,000) was Ten’s next best performer and was fifth in 18-49-year-olds.

Top programs

1. The Block Nine 1.444m

2. Downton Abbey Seven 1.306m

3. Seven News Seven 1.261m

4. 60 Minutes Nine 1.179m

5. Nine News Nine 1.156m

6. The Force Seven 1.130m

7. Sunday Night Seven 1.110m

8. Border Security Seven 1.053m

9. Masterchef Ten 0.852m

1`0. ABC News ABC 0.787m

11. Kevin McCloud’s Man Made Home ABC 0.786m

12. Elementary Ten 0.757m

13. Midsomer Murders ABC 0.756m

14. V8s on Seven: The Clipsal 500 Seven 0.694m

15. Modern Family Ten 0.689



Seven: 24.1%

Nine: 21.0%

Ten: 13.3%

ABC1: 12.4%

GO!: 4.8%

SBS1: 3.9%

One: 3.6 %

7mate: 3.5%

Gem: 3.4%

Eleven: 2.6%

ABC2: 1.9%

ABC News 24: 0.9%

ABC3: 0.6%

SBS2: 0.6%

NITV: 0.1%





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