House Husbands finale strong but Seven wins Monday
Ratings: Nine's drama sets itself up for a likely renewal, while multichannels give Seven the edge.
An extended season finale of House Husbands last night finished with 847,000 viewers and plenty of love on social media, positioning it well for a possible fifth series.
But it was A Current Affair that topped the night with a mix of supermarkets, fraudsters and a look at the next potential suburb of Struggle Street.
Despite Nine winning the primary channels, Seven’s multichannels got them over the line to claim the night. The X Factor cleared the magic million with some good performances, ahead of two acts being culled tonight.
ABC’s line-up held well across the night, led by Australian Story‘s profile of singer Jenny Morris, while Have You Been Paying Attention? topped TEN’s night.
Seven network won with 29.7% then Nine 28.8%, ABC 20.4%, TEN 16.3% and SBS 4.7%.
Seven News (1.02m / 1.00m) was best for Seven then The X Factor (1.02m), Home and Away (811,000), The Chase (586,000 / 406,000) and What Really Happens in Thailand (523,000). How to Get Away with Murder was 187,000.
A Current Affair (1.14m) topped the night for Nine. Nine News (1.07m / 1.05m), The Block (999,000), House Husbands (847,000) and Hot Seat (584,000) followed. CSI was 246,000.
Australian Story (946,000) led for ABC then 7:30 (907,000), ABC News (867,000), Four Corners (865,000), Media Watch (754,000) and Q & A (608,000).
Have You Been Paying Attention? (586,000) topped TEN’s night. The Project was 549,000 / 403,000, TBL Families was 523,000 and TEN Eyewitness News was 494,000. Homeland was just 187,000.
On SBS it was Secret Life of the Cat (210,000), Worst Place to be a Pilot (174,000), Rise of the Machines (163,000) and SBS World News (121,000).
7TWO’s A Touch of Frost topped multichannels with 271,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 102,000 / 32,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 12 October 2015.