You would think with two new offerings in the morning television genre that things would be getting tighter for everybody, but yesterday The Morning Show topped 200,000 while Studio 10 averaged 32,000.
It was similarly glum for Wake Up at 28,000 against Sunrise‘s 380,000 and Today‘s 335,000.
In primetime Big Bang topped the night, as viewers fish around for choice, but the evening went to Seven.
Seven network share was 29.0% then Nine 27.2%, ABC 22.4%, TEN 15.9% and SBS 5.5%.
Seven News was 1.24m for Seven then Today Tonight (1.06m), The Blacklist (1.03m), Highway Patrol (1.00m), Home and Away (993,000), Air Rescue (858,000), Million Dollar Minute (528,000) and Scandal (399,000).
The Big Bang Theory (1.29m / 959,000 / 852,000) topped the night for Nine then Nine News (1.25m), A Current Affair (954,000), 2 Broke Girls (686,000), Hot Seat (651,000) and Two and a Half Men (455,000).
Australian Story (1.02m) won its timeslot for ABC1 then ABC News (944,000), Four Corners (923,000), 7:30 (899,000), Media Watch (788,000) and Q & A (631,000).
TEN Eyewitness News (670,000) led TEN followed by The Project (574,000). All else trailed The Bold and the Beautiful (450,000), Homeland (385,000), The Simpsons (361,000) and A League of their Own (328,000).
On SBS ONE Eat, Fast and Live Longer was 280,000 then Countdown to a Catastrophe (211,000), World News Australia (198,000), and Legally Brown (171,000).
Neighbours led ELEVEN at 334,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 59,000 / 44,000
Wake Up: 28,000
The Morning Show: 200,000
Studio 10: 32,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 11 November 2013