Carlton’s Patrick Cripps’ win at the Brownlow Medal helped Seven to a decisive Sunday victory.
However The Block held its winning position overall at 948,000 metro viewers.
A marathon Brownlow Medal broadcast, of which more than half the audience were in Melbourne alone, was strong at 841,000.
Elsewhere Spicks & Specks was 446,000 with The Amazing Race Australia low at just 291,000.
60 Minutes drew 463,000 outranking Savage River 283,000.
Seven network won with 38.6% then Nine 28.7%, ABC 13.4%, 10 12.2% and SBS 7.1%.
Seven News was #1 at 981,000 with 7News Spotlight, in various slots, at 356,000.
Nine News pulled 857,00 with a Nine News: Queen Elizabeth II edition at 192,000.
ABC News drew 547,000. Silent Witness (174,000) and Compass (141,000) followed.
The Sunday Project was 279,000 / 232,000 for 10. 10 News First was 241,000 / 201,000. NCIS: Hawaii was 123,000 then FBI (69,000).
On SBS it was SBS World News (179,000 / 130,000) then Egypt Code Breakers (123,000), Lost Pyramids Of The Aztecs (81,000).
Bluey topped multichannels at 134,000.
Total TV numbers for last Sunday are to be re-issued by OzTAM.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 18 September 2022