TV Ratings November 26: Nine wins last Sunday of survey

• 60 Minutes and RBT help Nine to final Sunday primary demo win

• All Together Now final on last Sunday of survey a winner for Seven

Seven

The final week of survey has started with Seven winning all people primary and combined channel shares.

Seven News couldn’t crack 900,000, but it was the most-watched program on TV yesterday.

All Together Now – The 100 crowned a winner and attracted 717,000 metro viewers, up very slightly on 698,000 a week ago. Taking home the $100,000 prizemoney was 33-year-old Brisbane draftsman Lai Utovou.

Sunday Night then did 571,000 for a program mostly devoted to Roxy Jacenko and her husband. The episode was down from 611,000 a week ago.

Nine

60 Minutes was on 647,000, down from 713,000 the previous week. On the penultimate episode of the year Liz Hayes uncovered evil in a church and Charles Wooley met Jacki Weaver. The show’s 40th anniversary episode screens next Sunday.

An hour of RBT then did 507,000 followed by the 2014 Denzel Washington movie The Equalizer on 287,000.

10

The Sunday Project did 312,000 after 353,000 a week ago.

The Graham Norton Show featured Nicole Kidman and Stephen Fry with 366,000 watching, close to last week’s 354,000.

NCIS then did a marginally improved 305,000.

ABC

Episode three of Don’t Stop The Music did 443,000 followed by Missy Higgins & Friends Live on 263,000.

SBS

Pompeii’s Final Hours: New Evidence performed best with 210,000 followed by The Facebook Dilemma doco on 131,000.

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