Reality renovations series The Block: Fans v Faves has finally nailed My Kitchen Rules in the ratings.
The two reality shows have been going head-to-head this season and the Seven Network's My Kitchen Rules has won every battle until now.
However, the Nine Network's The Block: Fans v Faves had 1.568 million viewers riveted to their screens on Sunday while My Kitchen Rules simmered with 1.550 million watchers.
It's a major win for The Block which has been playing bridesmaid to the Seven series all season and rarely looked like getting close.
It was also the first time this season My Kitchen Rules has dipped below 1.6 million.
The ratings have been sliding since the series took on a type of MasterChef format recently with the couples split into two teams for restaurant and catering challenges.
From a high of more than two million watchers two weeks ago, My Kitchen Rules has shed some half a million viewers.
Seven though did have some positive news with imported UK series Downton Abbey toppling Nine's local gangster series Fat Tony & Co.
Downton Abbey attracted an audience of 1.081 million to be seventh overall and Fat Tony & Co was eighth with 941,000 viewers.
Network Ten's embattled series So You Think You Can Dance had mixed results.
The elimination of the second pair, Sally Hare and Joel Rasmussen, was the 17th most watched show with 331,000 viewers according to OzTAM's overnight ratings.
However, the dance-off segment of the episode was 21st after being beaten by a repeat of the SBS One historical drama series The Vikings.
Most watched show on Sunday:
1.The Block: Fans v Faves (Nine) - 1.568 million
2. My Kitchen Rules (Seven) - 1.550 million
3. Nine News (Nine) - 1.326 million
4. Seven News (Seven) - 1.321 million
5. Sunday Night (Seven) - 1.297 million
6. 60 Minutes (Nine) - 1.201 million
7. Downton Abbey (Seven) - 1.081 million
8. Fat Tony & Co (Nine) - 941,000
9. ABC News (ABC1) - 791,000
10. Rake (ABC1) - 561,000
17. So You Think You Can Dance (Ten) - 331,000
20. The Vikings rpt (SBS 1) - 314,000 (rounded figure)
21. So You Think You Can Dance (Ten) - 314,000 (rounded figure)