Sunday Week 22 2019
• The Voice cracks 1m again and leads Nine to victory
• 60 Minutes recovers, adds close to 200,000 week-on-week
• Arrival of Shetland gives ABC three programs in top 10
• Seven News 1,123,000
• Nine News 1,045,000
• ABC News 685,000
• The Project 254,000/435,000
• Insiders 301,000
• 10 News First 280,000
• SBS World News 154,000
• Offsiders 141,000
• Sunrise 257,000
• Today 188,000
House Rules was unable to match its Sunday audience of 790,000 watching a week ago with 740,000 tuned in last night. The episode featured some low scores for the reno work, but Sunshine Coast couple Shayn and Carly were clear leaders.
Sunday Night then did 561,000 after 608,000 last week. The episode featured host Melissa Doyle speaking to victims of the Casanova Conman.
The Voice kept Nine on top with its second consecutive 1m+ Sunday with 1.090m last night. Former contestants trying out for this series include former contestants Lee Harding and The Koi Boys.
60 Minutes recovered big time, climbing from 572,000 last week to 756,000 last night. Liz Hayes was reporting on a special edition of the program and the amazing story of Jeni Haynes.
Suburban Gangsters then featured the nasty Tilly Devine and Chow Hayes with 301,000 watching.
Secrets Week kicked off on MasterChef with 644,000 watching after 630,000 on Sunday last week.
The Project featured a cross to 10 Network Gold Logie nominees Amanda Keller and Waleed Aly with 435,000 tuned in.
Later in the night FBI returned after MasterChef and did 238,000.
The broadcaster had three shows in the top 10 last night. Joining ABC News were Shetland on 561,000 and then Harrow on 486,000.
SBS News had the biggest audience with 154,000
The start of Epic Warrior Women did 139,000, followed by Sunday night regular That Sugar Film on 133,000.