Seven is on track for a big finale for My Kitchen Rules tonight, after its penultimate episode pulled 1.9m viewers last night.
Monday was another easy win for Seven, well ahead of Nine. It was twice the share of TEN which landed behind the ABC for the night.
Seven won with Revenge (1.75m), Seven News (1.3m), and Today Tonight (1.1m). Home and Away took second place in its timeslot with 1.07m. Elsewhere How I Met Your Mother was 824,000 / 623,000 and Deal or No Deal was 529,000.
Nine News was best for Nine on 1.07m then The Big Bang Theory (1.00m / 865,000 / 854,000), A Current Affair (975,000), Hot Seat (546,000), Alcatraz (535,000) and Person of Interest (510,000).
ABC News (1.12m) led ABC1 followed by 7:30 (736,000), Four Corners (728,000), Australian Story (707,000), and Q & A (613,000).
The Biggest Loser saw eliminated contestants returning, with 922,000 viewers -but the good news largely ended there. TEN News was 656,000 then NCIS: LA (521,000), Bondi Rescue (505,000), The Project (476,000). Hawaii Five-0 was just 348,000.
On a low night even for SBS standards, World News Australia managed 158,000 for SBS ONE then Mythbusters (153,000), James May’s Man Lab (149,000). Letters and Numbers (128,000) surpassed Danger 5 (108,000).
Heartbeat (320,000) topped multichannels.
ABC News Breakfast: 30,000 / 33,000