Walkout pushes House Rules high
Ratings: Heavily-promoted episode scores for Seven. HYBPA? claws back share for TEN.
A heavily-promoted walkout by reality contestants has helped push House Rules to the top of the leaderboard last night, with its highest-rating episode this year.
The show, in which two contestants walked out of a judging, drew 1.27m viewers, well ahead of The Voice (947,000) and a sliding MasterChef (765,000). Seven’s renovation show also managed to top the demos for a second night in a row.
But TEN managed to claw back an 8:30 win with Have You Been Paying Attention?, save for earlier extended shows, ahead of Seven Year Switch and an extended Four Corners.
Hot Seat enjoyed its highest outing in the 2017 survey, but not enough to unseat The Chase.
Seven News and ACA also won their slots.
Seven network won Monday with 31.4% then Nine 25.9%, TEN 19.5%, ABC 17.4% and SBS 5.8%.
House Rules was #1 with 1.27m then Seven News (1.14m / 1.1m), Home and Away (800,000), The Chase (688,000 / 409,000), Seven Year Switch (660,000) and Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (374,000).
Nine News (1.12m / 1.12m) led for Nine then A Current Affair (993,000), The Voice (947,000) and Hot Seat (605,000 / 344,000). Footy Classified was 208,000 in 3 cities. Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour was just 100,000 in 2 cities.
Have You Been Paying Attention? (808,000) led for TEN then MasterChef Australia (765,000), The Project (621,000 / 427,000), TEN Eyewitness News (550,000) and Family Feud (411,000). Prison Break was just 172,000.
ABC News (788,000), 7:30 (660,000), Australian Story (652,000), Media Watch (588,000), Four Corners (580,000), Q&A (377,000) and Grand Designs (310,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was 24 Hours in Emergency (184,000), Dr. Christian Will See You Now (137,000) and SBS World News (136,000).
7TWO’s Foyle’s War had a rare lead atop multichannels with 234,000.
News Breakfast: 104,000 / 57,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 29 May 2017