X Factor down for first Live show
Ratings: The Block remains on top of the ratings heap while Survivor improves for TEN.
The X Factor has dropped in its first Live show for 2016, averaging 752,000 viewers -its lowest figure for the series thus far.
It was down from last Sunday’s 815,000 and well down on 2015’s first Live show of 1.01m. It also trailed the competition in the Demos, but it did help to lift Seven’s overall share compared to last Sunday.
The Block proved to be again unassailable at 1.19m although that was down on last week’s 1.28m, but it still topped the demos and helped Nine to take the night.
Australian Survivor improved on last week’s 660,00 to 714,000 but fans weren’t happy with the outcome of the Tribal Council.
ABC News was strong at 785,000.
Nine network won with 32.6% then Seven 28.6%, TEN 17.4%, ABC 15.6% and SBS 5.8%.
The Block was #1 with 1.19m for Nine then Nine News (1.04m), 60 Minutes (842,000) and Events that Changed the Nineties (460,000).
Seven News (1.04m) was best for Seven then The X Factor (752,000) and Movie: Pitch Perfect (341,000).
Australian Survivor (714,000) led for TEN. Modern Family was 399,000 / 255,000. Supercars Championship: Gold Coast 600 drew 385,000 for the Race, and Montreal Comedy Gala was 348,000. TEN Eyewitness News was 218,000 in 3 cities.
ABC News (785,000) was best for ABC. Grand Designs House of the Year (674,000) and Poldark (482,000) followed. Wolf Hall was 258,000 and Compass was 243,000.
On SBS it was The Great Human Odyssey (243,000), SBS World News (186,000), Being Evel (116,000) and Nazi Megastructures (93,000).
ELEVEN’s Jack Reacher movie topped multichannels with 271,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 23 October 2016