It could be a long week for TEN’s new morning shows with Monday figures not showing any lift on last week. This comes in the same as TEN’s Upfronts to advertisers and media, which takes place tonight.
Here’s the way the numbers stacked up:
ABC News Breakfast: 66,000 / 44,000
Wake Up: 27,000
The Morning Show: 169,000
Studio 10: 31,000
Both numbers for TEN were almost identical to last Monday (28,000 / 32,000), and both were actually pipped by their half hour editions Wake Up Early (38,000) and Studio 10 YOU (38,000).
Executive Producer Adam Boland returns to Wake Up this Thursday and is looking forward to work.
The night belonged to Seven with a network share of 29.4% then Nine 28.5%, ABC 20.1%, TEN 16.5% and SBS 5.4%.
Seven News was 1.26m for Seven then Today Tonight (1.1m), Home and Away (1.04m), The Blacklist (1.03m), Highway Patrol (1.02m), Air Rescue (866,000), Million Dollar Minute (560,000) and Scandal (366,000).
The Big Bang Theory (1.23m / 1.66m / 568,000) led Nine followed by Nine News (1.23m), A Current Affair (1.09m), 2 Broke Girls (719,000), Hot Seat (683,000) and Two and a Half Men (509,000).
ABC News (875,000) was best for ABC1 then Australian Story (855,000), 7:30 (798,000), Four Corners (688,000), Media Watch (573,000), Q & A (427,000) and Auction Room (290,000).
TEN Eyewitness News (667,000) led TEN followed by Modern Family (564,000 / 501,000), The Project (515,000), The Bold and the Beautiful (483,000), Homeland (411,000) and The Simpsons (295,000). Blue Bloods was 248,000.
On SBS ONE it was The Truth About Fat (327,000), Countdown to a Catastrophe (220,000), World News Australia (170,000) and Legally Brown (165,000).
Neighbours topped multichannels with 291,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 18 November 2013