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Hugh Jackman a ratings winner
Hugh Jackman a ratings winner

Hugh Jackman had the X factor for 60 Minutes, lifting the current affair and news show to the top of the ratings last night.

The Nine Network show that featured an interview with Jackman and his wife of 17 years Deborra-Lee Furness, drew 1.585 million viewers to scrape in ahead of The Block Sky High (1.503 million).

Nine News was third, also pulling an audience of 1.503 million, giving the network the three most-watched programs on Sunday, according to the overnight OzTAM ratings.

Seven News (1.365 million) was fourth while the penultimate episode of the Seven Network's House Rules could only manage fifth with 1.280 million viewers.

The final of House Rules is live on Monday night and the winner will be decided by the viewers.

In the running to have their mortgage paid off if they win are NSW duo Steve and Michelle and South Australians Carly and Leighton.

Seven's first-season drama A Place To Call home is winning the battle with Nine's House Husbands.

A Place To Call Home was sixth with 1.246 million, while House Husbands was eighth with 1.021 million viewers.

Most-watched shows on Sunday according to OzTAM

1. 60 Minutes (Nine) - 1.585 million

2. The Block Sky High (Nine) - 1.503 million

3. Nine News (Nine) - 1.503 million

4. Seven News (Seven) -1.365 million

5. House Rules (Seven) - 1.280 million

6. A Place To Call Home (Seven) - 1.246 million

7. Sunday Night (Seven) - 1.189 million

8. House Husbands (Nine) - 1.021 million

9. Grand Designs (ABC1) - 912,000

10. ABC News (ABC1) - 850,000

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