Curiosity factor now over, The Briefcase did it tough in its second outing, dropping from 733,000 last week to just 491,000 last night -fourth in its slot.
The show is now officially hurting Love Child which also slipped from 839,000 to 698,000. Nine News and A Current Affair were leading for the network until its new reality show kicked in.
MasterChef won its slot while Have You Been Paying Attention? drew its best ever crowd for TEN. Both shows topped the demos while the network tied in primary channel share with Nine.
House Rules was close behind for Seven in its penultimate episode, while Wimbledon proved to be a strategic play with a good crowd from 9:15 onwards.
ABC had a good night but notably Four Corners was down with its election spotlight.
Seven network won Monday with 28.3% then Nine 23.9%, TEN 22.1%, ABC 20.5% and SBS 5.2%.
Seven News was best for Seven on 1.15m / 1.06m then House Rules (1.05m), Home and Away (832,000), The Chase (725,000 / 458,000) and Wimbledon (430,000).
Nine News was #1 with 1.16m / 1.1m for Nine followed by A Current Affair (893,000), Love Child (698,000), Hot Seat (610,000), The Briefcase (491,000) and Amazing Medical Stories (424,000). Footy Classified was 144,000 in 3 cities.
MasterChef Australia was 1.1m for TEN. Have You Been Paying Attention? drew 830,000, The Project was 730,000 / 496,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 581,000 and NCIS: New Orleans was 267,000.
ABC News (846,000), Australian Story (787,000), 7:30 (746,000), Media Watch (636,000), Q&A (610,000) and Four Corners (577,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Michael Mosley: Trust Me I’m a Doctor (256,000), SBS World News (161,000), The Island with Bear Grylls (157,000) and Cyberwar Threat (88,000).
Shaun the Sheep sure was best on multichannels at 288,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 99,000 / 40,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 27 June 2016