TV Wrap: Nine crests The Summit with Sunday finale and wins the week thanks to State of Origin hit

Nine’s reality format The Summit finished its climb with the Sunday finale but it was ABC Kids’ Bluey that ended up on top in non-news programming.

The children’s entertainment show brought in 529,000 metro viewers in Sunday overnights, followed by the winner announcement slot in The Summit, leading the charge in entertainment with 487,000 metro viewers.

Isaac, Lulu and Brooke reach the summit where they’re met by the eliminated trekkers who decide how the prize of $490,000 will be split

Three trekkers, Brooke, Lulu and Isaac, shared the $490,000 cash prize. The finale episode aired to 462,000 metro viewers on average.

Ten’s MasterChef Australia brought in 483,000 metro viewers. Meanwhile, the documentary ‘Secrets of Prince Andrew’ on Seven attracted 398,000 metro viewers.

Seven News was the #1 program on Sunday with 818,000 metro viewers, but Nine News with 810,000 metro viewers won all three key demos.

In weekly ratings, Nine won the week ended 3 June, thanks to the massive crowd brought in by the State of Origin game, as the network finished with a 31.4% share. Seven Network followed with 28.3%, Ten with 16.7% and ABC with 15.1%.

The top-rated primary channel of the week was Nine with a 23.6% share, but the top-rated multichannel was 7Two with 3.2%.

Seven Network grabbed the most shared in Sunday overnights with 32.1%, followed by Nine with 28.2%, Ten with 17.5% and ABC with 14.1%.

The top-rated primary channel of the night was Seven with a 24% share, and 7Mate was the top-rated multichannel with 2.9%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV Report for 28 May, Seven News was the #1 program with a Total TV audience of 1.427 million, with a 3% uplift and 35,000 on BVOD.

The program with the biggest uplift of 69% was Silent Witness on ABC with 476,000 total audience and 58,000 on national BVOD.

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Graphs provided by Nine.  


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