X Factor drives Seven to a win
Ratings: The X Factor was Monday's #1 show and is on its way to "hit" status this season, while ABC takes third for the night.
The X Factor again underpinned Seven’s primetime schedule as the #1 show of the night and is on its way to “hit” status this season, at least until the Live shows begin.
Seven was 32.2% to Nine 28.2%, ABC 19.8%, TEN 15.6% and SBS 4.3%.
The X Factor pulled 1.38m viewers for Seven then Seven News (1.25m), Today Tonight (1.18m), Home and Away (1.1m), GCB (766,000 / 664,000) and Deal or No Deal (547,000).
Nine News (1.19m) was best for Nine. Big Brother Mon was 1.1m, ACA was 1.06m, Underbelly: Badness was 1.03m, Hot Seat was 572,000 but Gordon Behind Bars fell to 393,000.
ABC News again topped ABC1 with 1.1m, followed by Four Corners (836,000), Australian Story (825,000), 7:30 (791,000), Media Watch (704,000) and Q & A (648,000).
TEN was again relegated to fourth place for the night and could not rise beyond TEN News (742,000) with Can of Worms on 582,000, Modern Family (541,000), Don’t Tell the Bride (518,000), The Project 6pm (412,000) and The Shire, now below Judge Judy on just 204,000.
Test Your Brain had an IQ of 273,000 for SBS ONE followed by Mythbusters (195,000) and World News Australia (135,000).
Neighbours led multichannels with 344,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 53,000 / 20,000