Last night’s preliminary ratings for Nine, which indicate a First Test match, are not correct given it ran A Current Affair and The Block. Nevertheless as the share indicates, what ran was not enough to halt Seven from winning the night, thanks in no small part to the Secret Daughter final.
The Secret Daughter finished with 795,000, about 100,000 up on last week and enough to win its timeslot. It rose above The X Factor‘s lead in (732,000) which was also up on last Monday, as it sent 2 acts Chynna and Brentwood packing.
Have You Been Paying Attention? drew 687,000 for TEN and topped all 3 demos, up on last week by 114,000.
Australian Story was also up on last week, rising from 697,000 to 787,000.
Seven network won Monday with 30.0% then Nine 25.2%, TEN 19.5%, ABC 19.2% and SBS 6.1%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.16m / 1.1m for Seven then The Secret Daughter (795,000), Home and Away (751,000), The X Factor (732,000), The Chase (655,000 / 415,000) and The Big Bang Theory (491,000 / 301,000).
In preliminary numbers Nine News (870,000) led for Nine followed by Hyde & Seek (741,000), First Test (711,000 / 421,000 / 314,000) and Australian Crime Stories was 338,000.
Have You Been Paying Attention? (687,000) was best for TEN. The Project was 658,000 / 411,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 490,000, All Star Family Feud was 544,000 and Life in Pieces was 300,000 / 142,000.
ABC News (815,000), Australian Story (787,000),7:30 (748,000), Four Corners (575,000), Media Watch (559,000) and Q&A (514,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was The Supervet (189,000), The Supervet: Bionic Stories (184,000), and SBS World News (153,000). Matthew Evans For The Love of Meat was just 112,000.
7mate’s Highway Patrol led multichannels with 250,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 79,000 / 55,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 7 November 2016