X Factor, Blacklist give Seven a Monday win.
Ratings: Seven's double was too powerful for the competition, while TEN's Mondays are a mess.
Nine’s Monday outing for Australia’s Got Talent didn’t see much change from its Sunday numbers but Big Brother held well for its late start. TEN continues to have scheduling issues on Monday with A League of their Own on the wrong night, dragging Homeland down behind The Bold and the Beautiful.
Seven network share was 33.5% then Nine 28.5%, ABC 18.2%, TEN 15.1% and SBS 4.7%.
The X Factor (1.46m) topped the night for Seven then The Blacklist (1.45m), Seven News (1.19m), Today Tonight (1.00m), Home and Away (928,000), Million Dollar Minute (529,000), Scandal (521,000). Deal or No Deal was 236,000, Mistresses was 184,000 and 30 Rock was 129,000.
Nine News (1.22m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (1.05m), Big Brother did well for a later start (950,000), Australia’s Got Talent (939,000), Hot Seat (635,000) and The Big Bang Theory (419,000).
ABC News was 912,000 on ABC1 followed by 7:30 (883,000), Australian Story (816,000), Four Corners (555,000), Media Watch (527,000), Q & A (490,000) and Country House Rescue (318,000).
TEN was unable to rise above TEN Eyewitness News (629,000). The Project was 576,000. All other shows trailed The Bold and the Beautiful (459,000) with Homeland on 433,000, A League of their Own (353,000), The Simpsons (336,000) and Blue Bloods (259,000).
Are We Still Evolving? (218,000) led SBS ONE, then Storm City (205,000), World News Australia (168,000) and Legally Brown (168,000).
Neighbours was best on multichannels at 307,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 60,000 / 35,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 7 October 2013