The X Factor wins 1.7m while AGT semi-final draws 850,000

The X Factor won more than 1.7m metro viewers for Channel Seven last night while Nine’s Australia’s Got Talent had 850,000 for its semi-final on Sunday.

The X Factor also boosted ratings for Seven’s Sunday Night at 8pm which was second for the night with 1.4m, while Nine’s ratings picked up for 60 Minutes which had 1.3m viewers at the same time.

Ten’s new episode of Modern Family was third in its time slot with 761,000 viewers followed by ABC1’s Kakadu which had 747,000 viewers at 7.30pm, preliminary overnight metro ratings from OzTam show.

Channel Ten also launched a new David Attenborough program, Animal Attraction, at 6.30pm which was 17th for the night with 466,000 total viewers.

And Ten’s broadcast the 2013 Moto GP races live from Phillip Island throughout the day, with the top rating race reaching 422,000 viewers.

Seven’s fundraising telethon on only in Perth was held over 26 hours and the Sunday evening broadcast on before The X Factor was the third most watched program in the city after The X Factor and Seven News.

Channel Seven had over 31 per cent of the audience share while Nine had 20 per cent. Ten 11 per cent of the audience above 9.8 per cent for ABC1.

Sunday’s top 15 shows:

  1. The X Factor Live Seven 1,763,000
  2. Sunday Night Seven 1,446,000
  3. Seven News Seven 1,397,000
  4. 60 Minutes Nine 1,318,000
  5. Nine News Sunday Nine 1,173,000
  6. Australia’s Got Talent Nine 850,000
  7. Bones Seven 829,000
  8. ABC News ABC1 814,000
  9. Modern Family Ten 761,000
  10. Kakadu ABC1 747,000
  11. Modern Family Rpt Ten 667,000
  12. Elementary Ten 664,000
  13. Ten Eyewitness News Ten 531,000
  14. Castle Seven 527,000
  15. Limitless Nine 522,000

Sunday’s share:

  • Seven 31.7%
  • Nine 20.1%
  • TEN 11.1%
  • ABC1 9.8%
  • SBS ONE 5.1%
  • 7mate 4.1%
  • GO! 3.6%
  • 7TWO 3.5%
  • ONE 3.0%
  • Gem 2.1%
  • ABC2 2.0%
  • ABC News 24 1.2%
  • ELEVEN 1.6%
  • ABC3 0.5%
  • SBS 2 0.5%
  • NITV 0.0%

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