Secret Daughter is up, Australian Story is down.
Ratings: The Block leads in entertainment, while many viewers appear to be over the Sally Faulkner saga.
Seven’s new drama The Secret Daughter improved on last Monday’s outing, drawing 862,000, up from 831,000 last week.
By contrast Hyde & Seek slipped again, down to 642,000 from 694,000 -while the two were neck and neck in younger demos, Seven’s was well ahead in older viewers.
In contrast The Block led in entertainment stakes at 1.03m, including all 3 demos, sending The X Factor to its lowest number so far at 798,000. Australian Survivor was third in its slot at 760,000.
ABC’s Australian Story profile on Sally Faulkner was far from its best at 688,000. Last week it pulled 816,000.
Seven News and A Current Affair were both timeslot wins with very healthy numbers.
Seven network won with 27.6% then Nine 27.3%, TEN 20.1%, ABC 19.2% and SBS 5.8%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.1m / 1.09m for Seven then The Secret Daughter (862,000), The X Factor (798,000), Home and Away (772,000), The Chase (689,000 / 466,000) and The Catch (342,000 / 197,000).
The Block (1.03m) led for Nine then Nine News (969,000 / 939,000), A Current Affair (917,000), Hyde & Seek (642,000) and Hot Seat (529,000). Australian Crime Stories was 292,000.
Australian Survivor (760,000) topped TEN’s night. Have You Been Paying Attention? was 661,000, The Project was 599,000 / 415,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 474,000, and The Odd Couple was just 188,000 / 100,000.
ABC News (797,000), 7:30 (756,000), Australian Story (688,000), Four Corners (550,000), Media Watch (509,000) and Q&A (459,000) comprised ABC’s night.
24 Hours in Emergency (230,000), Skies Over Britain (196,000), SBS World News (139,000) and Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature (99,000) rounded out the night on SBS.
Shaun the Sheep bleat out the multichannels with 367,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 87,000 / 39,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 17 October 2016