The X Factor was the only entertainment show over the magic million last night at 1.01m viewers -yet it continues to be beaten in the Demos.
Both The Block and Have You Been Paying Attention? scored better with younger viewers, and even TBL Families pipped it in 16-39 year olds, by just 1,000 viewers.
Nine’s night began to dip from 8:40pm, including when it was beaten by Big Bang repeats on Seven. Ouch.
ABC’s Australian Story did well at 807,000 viewers.
Seven network won with 28.6% then Nine 26.8%, ABC 19.5%, TEN 19.0% and SBS 5.9%.
Seven News (1.02m / 997,000) topped the night for Seven then The X Factor (1.01m), Home and Away (777,000), The Chase (631,000 / 403,000) and Big Bang (561,000 / 420,000 / 373,000). Grey’s Anatomy was 171,000.
Nine News (983,000 / 936,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair and The Block (both 962,000), Hot Seat (545,000) and Married at First Sight UK (512,000). CSI was 312,000 / 214,000.
Australian Story (807,000) was best for ABC followed by 7:30 (783,000), ABC News (765,000), Four Corners (696,000), Media Watch (627,000) and Q & A (545,000).
Have You Been Paying Attention? topped TEN’s night at 661,000. TBL Families was 589,000, The Project was 575,000 / 421,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 517,000. Homeland was 206,000.
On SBS it was Dogs: Their Secret Lives (266,000), Worst Place to be a Pilot (190,000), Rise of the Machines (144,000) and SBS World News (131,000).
ABC2s Charlie and Lola led multichannels at 241,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 117,000 / 44,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 2 November 2015