Lego Masters Ratings
(Image: Lego Masters/Nine Now)

It’s Lego Masters’ final week and it pulled in 1.53 million nationally, making it the most watched program nationally. Insiders at 9am was the 11th most-watched program on Sunday, drawing in 663,000 nationally for the last look at the election campaign before Saturday’s poll. Next Sunday’s episode will be 90 minutes.

Seven’s House Rules managed 1.11 million and Masterchef Australia sagged and could only grab 769,000 for Ten even with Nigella Lawson making an appearance. Nine won the night, from Seven, the ABC and Ten.

In regional markets Seven News was on top with 494,000, from House Rules with 412,000, Lego Masters with 410,000, Nine/NBN News with 380,000 and Sunday Night with 375,000.

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Network channel share:
Nine (31.2%)
Seven (30.2%)
ABC (16.2%)
Ten (15.7%)
SBS (6.7%)

Network main channels:
Nine (24.2%)
Seven (20.3%)
ABC (11.6%)
Ten (10.9%)
SBS ONE (4.0%)

Top 5 digital channels:
7mate (5.4%)
GO (3.1%)
10 Bold (2.9%)
ABC Kids/Comedy (2.8%)
7TWO (2.6%)

Top 10 national programs:
Lego Masters (Nine) — 1.53 million
Seven News — 1.52 million
Nine/NBN News — 1.38 million
House Rules (Seven) — 1.116 million
7pm ABC News — 1.111 million
Sunday Night (Seven) —982,000
Masterchef Australia (Ten) — 769,000
Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders (ABC) — 722,000
60 Minutes (Ten) — 687,000
Harrow (ABC) — 680,000

Top metro programs:

1. Lego Masters (Nine) — 1.12 million
2. Seven News — 1.07 million
3. Nine News — 1.00 million

Losers: Ten’s Masterchef — should have done better with Nigella Lawson appearing in the episode

Metro news and current affairs:
Seven News  —1.07 million
Nine News — 1.00 million
7pm ABC News — 660,000
Sunday Night (Seven) — 607,000
60 Minutes (Nine) —492,000
The Project 7pm (Ten) — 311,000
The Project 6.30pm (Ten) — 218,000
10 News First — 208,000
SBS World News — 136,000

Morning (National) TV:
Insiders (ABC, ABC News) — 663,000
Landline (ABC), Weekend Sunrise (Seven) — 413,000
Weekend Today (Nine) — 255,000
Offsiders (ABC) — 233,000
Sports Sunday (Nine) — 137,000

Top five pay TV programs:
NRL: Souths v North Qld (Fox League) — 276,000
NRL: Easts v Canberra (Fox League) —200,000
AFL Fremantle v Richmond (Fox Footy) —188,000
AFL North Melbourne v Geelong (Fox 506) —181,000
NRL: Sunday Night With Matty Johns (Fox League) —138,000

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