House Husbands slips, Seven wins Monday.
Ratings: A later start saw House Husbands drop by 150,000 viewers. Despite leading in primary channels, Nine lost the network share to Seven.
A later start for House Husbands hit Nine’s local drama last night with 661,000 viewers tuning in -a drop of 152,000 viewers from last week. Hopefully they will come back in Timeshifted numbers. Nine led the primary channel share, with wins by Nine News and A Current Affair.
Despite no shows above one million, Seven took line honours with a better showing in multichannels. Highway Patrol won its timeslot at 872,000 viewers over Hotplate, but there were some problems from 8:30.
ABC had a good night all round while TEN managed to retain most of the audience it had from 7pm until around 9:30.
Seven network was 26.6% then Nine 25.5%, ABC 21.7%, TEN 19.7% and SBS 6.6%.
Nine News (1.13m / 1.11m) topped the night for Nine then A Current Affair (1.03m), The Hotplate (852,000), House Husbands (661,000) and Hot Seat (633,000). Footy Classified was 219,000 in 3 cities.
Seven News (999,000 / 962,000) was best for Seven then Highway Patrol (872,000), Home and Away (743,000), Motorway Patrol (738,000), Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (560,000), Million Dollar Minute (512,000) and The Blacklist (350,000 / 273,000). Talking Footy was 27,000 in 3 cities (103,000 on 7mate).
ABC News (891,000) was strong for ABC then Australian Story (850,000), 7:30 (808,000), Four Corners (739,000), Media Watch (721,000) and Q & A (579,000).
On TEN it was The Great Australian Spelling Bee (665,000), The Project (662,000 / 515,000), TEN Eyewitness News (649,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (643,000). NCIS: N.O. was 211,000.
World’s Best Diet was 303,000 for SBS then The Island with Bear Grylls (253,000 / 241,000) and SBS World News (171,000).
Topping multichannels was Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom at 300,000 on ABC2.
ABC News Breakfast: 89,000 / 46,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 24 August 2015