Seven clinches Monday ratings win

Ratings: The Block was out in front but Seven's multichannels pushed them over the line in network share.

2014-09-16_1002Nine may have won on primary channels last night with another big crowd for The Block but thanks to multichannels Seven edged past them in network share which hasn’t happened on a Monday for some weeks.

Seven Network share was 30.8% then Nine 29.7%, ABC 19.6%, TEN 16.1% and SBS 3.8%.

Seven News (1.15m / 1.1m) was best for Seven then The X Factor eliminating Rochelle (1.14m), Home and Away (991,000), The Amazing Race: Aus v NZ (656,000 / 479,000) and Million Dollar Minute (602,000). Talking Footy was 11,000 in 3 cities (96,000 on 7mate).

The Block topped the night with a powerful 1.5m for Nine. Next were Nine News (1.14m / 1.09m), ACA (1.00m), Big Brother (817,000) and Hot Seat (618,000). Footy Classified was 223,000 in 3 cities (10,000 on GEM).

Jan Russ’ Australian Story episode topped ABC on 869,000 viewers. Next were ABC News (822,000), 7:30 (769,000), Four Corners (682,000), Media Watch (623,000) and Q & A (495,000 / 52,000).

The Project was 688,000 / 490,000 on TEN followed by TEN Eyewitness News (670,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? enjoyed its best audience all year (509,000) and Modern Family (464,000 / 429,000). NCIS: LA was 211,000.

On SBS ONE it was The Real History of Science Fiction was 216,000, Countdown to a Catastrophe (160,000), SBS World News (137,000), Legally Brown (128,000) and Brooklyn Nine-Nine (95,000).

ABC2’s Charlie and Lola (327,000) topped multichannels.

Sunrise: 393,000
Today: 326,000
ABC News Breakfast: 71,000 / 55,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 15 September 2014.

4 Responses

  1. Heatbeat and The Mentalist repeats did woefully on GEM and getting thrashed by Cities of The Underworld and Judge John Deed.

    Family Feud up to 695k is Ten’s only bright spot. They are forgoing some small number of ratings for Eleven and One to achieve that but probably not revenue.

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