Seven wins Monday, but worm turns on TEN.

2013-04-23_0956The final blind audition round of The Voice was Monday’s top show, but Seven’s MKR finals week managed to help it win the night.

Meanwhile it was bad news over at TEN where nothing rose above TEN News and Can of Worms was beaten by SBS.

Seven network was 33.5% then Nine 32.9%, ABC 16.7%, TEN 12.4% and SBS 4.5%.

My Kitchen Rules was 1.67m for Seven then Seven News (1.32m), Today Tonight (1.13m), Revenge (1.12), Home and Away (1.07m), Deal or No Deal (566,000) and Grey’s Anatomy (541,000 / 342,000).

The Voice (1.93m) was the #1 show for the night. Next for Nine was Nine News (1.39m), ACA (1.16m), House Husbands (1.05m),  Hot Seat (699,000), Person of Interest (311,000 in 4 cities / 193,000 in 3), and Footy Classified (215,000 in 3 cities).

ABC News (967,000) topped ABC1 then Australian Story (786,000), 7:30 (737,000), Four Corners (686,000), Media Watch (640,000), Q & A (481,000), Grand Designs Abroad (411,000) and Lateline (244,000).

TEN News (689,000) was best for TEN. The Project was 527,000, The Biggest Loser was 496,000, The Simpsons was 381,000, Can of Worms was last in its slot at 331,000, Hawaii Five-0 was 277,000 and TEN Late News was just 111,000.

SBS ONE’s Eat Fast and Live Longer (360,000) beat TEN in its timeslot followed by Mythbusters (202,000), World News Australia (176,000), and Mad Men (126,000).

Neighbours led multichannels with 337,000.

Sunrise: 357,000
Today: 335,000
ABC News Breakfast: 48,000 / 31,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 22 April 2013

32 Comments:

  1. It makes me laugh that people seem so surprised at the rating results. Same sample of people from Oztam same old viewing habits. Even if 10 had a hit show it would not rate the same as if on 7 or 9.

  2. Does the fact that Grey’s Anatomy loses over half of Revenge’s audience matter? The fact that Revenge started in Brisbane at the late time of 9pm and therefore the following drama airs at the unfriendly time of 10pm. I remember the good old days when you could watch two good dramas between 8:30 and 10:30. Seriously 9-11pm is significantly different, for those that work.
    The fact that networks can choose when to air most of their adverts in the peak 6-9pm, means that the late timeslot is becoming more irrelevant as networks appear to not care about viewer habits. My main gripe is that I rely heavily on my PVR and even allowing 20 minutes leeway is never enough. I have to choose what shows I watch factoring in the variable start and finish times and not recording some shows because it might clash with two already programmed to run over the scheduled time.
    Seriously I wish the ACMA could address this!

  3. Armchair Analyst

    One of the reasons for the constant same old guests is probably because other networks wont allow them to appear on rival networks, and while iam on it, what’s with that attitude here in oz? why is this different in the US, where you can find celebrity guests on another network, is it the fact that the only network which will be allowed to get a plug is ABC or SBS?

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