Howzat! Kerry Packer's War has won the ratings outright.
The two-part series based on the late Kerry Packer's rebel cricket competition World Series Cricket pulled over two million viewers for the second and final episode.
Howzat was, just as the previous Sunday night, the most-watched show on television, with 2.091 million viewers tuning in to the Nine Network.
Nine also notched-up second spot with 60 Minutes attracting 1.662 million viewers.
Seven News (1.531 million) and Sunday Night (1.468 million), third and fourth respectively, provided the Seven Network with its highest-rating shows.
Nine News (1.395 million) was fifth while the first Big Brother eviction for the season also rated well for Nine.
1.250 million viewers tuned in to hear Sonia Kruger mouth the words "it's time to go" to Charne White, the oldest female in the Big Brother compound at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast.
The ABC had three shows in the Top 10 with its ABC News (931,000) and Grand Designs Revisited (919,000) sitting in seventh and eighth spot, while Dream Build finished 10th (845,000).
The foxy morons from Fountain Lakes, who were actually walking the red carpet in Melbourne for the world premiere of Kath & Kimderella The Movie, returned to the small with an audience of 892,00 for Kath & Kim: The Souvenir Editions on Seven.
Top rating shows on Sunday night
1. Howzat! Kerry Packer's War (Nine) 2.091 million
2. 60 Minutes (Nine) - 1.662 million
3. Seven News (Seven) - 1.531 million
4. Sunday Night (Seven) - 1.468 million
5. Nine News (Nine) - 1.395 million
6. Big Brother eviction (Nine) - 1.250 million
7. ABC News (ABC) - 931,000
8. Grand Designs Revisited (ABC) - 919,000
9. Kath & Kim (Seven) - 892,00010. Dream Build (ABC) - 845,000
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