Amongst the other results for Monday Seven’s Sunrise in the US was 100,000 ahead of Today -and ABC News Breakfast pulled a bigger audience* on ABC News 24 than it did on ABC (*See update).
Meanwhile Chris Uhlmann is not attracting viewers to 7:30 with a decided switch-off happening between 7:30 and 8pm on ABC.
Nine network won with 35.0% share then Seven 27.2%, ABC 18.7%, TEN 15.3% and SBS 3.9%.
The Block (1.35m) topped the night for Nine then Nine News (1.22m / 1.16m), ACA (1.01m), House Husbands (1.08m / 953,000) and Hot Seat (636,000). Footy Classified was 223,000 in 3 cities (27,000 on GEM).
The X Factor (1.17m) led for Seven then Seven News (1.13m / 1.09m), Home and Away (955,000), The Amazing Race: Aus v NZ (635,000), Million Dollar Minute (600,000). The movie: Paul was 255,000.
ABC News (772,000) was best for ABC then Four Corners (736,000), Australian Story (729,000), Media Watch (667,000) but 7:30 (629,000) trailed. Q&A was 561,000 / 52,000 on two channels.
The Project (691,000 / 499,000) was best on TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 619,000, David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities was 549,000 / 460,000, Have You Been Paying Attention? was 430,000 and an NCIS: LA replay was 217,000.
On SBS ONE it was tough with The Power of the Placebo at 173,000, Countdown to a Catastrophe on 162,000, Legally Brown on 133,000, SBS World News on 125,000 and Brooklyn Nine-Nine on 83,000.
Neighbours whipped up a multichannel tornado at 329,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 65,000 / 44,000
OzTAM: Overnights: Monday 1 September 2014
*Update: Yesterday’s ABC News Breakfast audience spread across News 24 and ABC1 was impacted by the ABC’s live coverage of the Basketball World Cup on ABC1 until 7:30AEST.