Brownlow delivers Monday to Seven
Ratings: AFL's big night and The Block were practically the only games in town last night.
Seven’s Live coverage of the 2017 Brownlow Medal delivered the network a huge share, although it was not quite enough to topple The Block.
1.09m viewers watched Dustin Martin win the AFL medal, with 654,000 of them in Melbourne. The Block pulled 1.12m viewers, down on last Monday’s 1.33m but still topping demos. 7:30 followed at 648,000 then Australian Survivor which was up at 625,000 -higher on a single channel than on 3 on Sunday night.
Excluding Brownlow coverage Have You Been Paying Attention? led from 9pm but was down on last week. ABC also saw a drop without Q&A while a 1994 movie did little for Nine.
Seven network won Monday with 39.6% then Nine 23.8%, TEN 16.2%, ABC 14.0% and SBS 6.4%.
Brownlow Medal (1.09m / 675,000) topped Seven’s night followed by Seven News (1.03m / 1.01m), Home and Away (578,000 in 3 cities), The Chase (537,000 / 362,000) and Highway Patrol (384,000 /376,000 in 3 cities). World’s Angriest was 285,000.
The Block was #1 with 1.12m for Nine then Nine News (997,000 / 978,000), A Current Affair (859,000), Hot Seat (497,000 /298,000) and Movie: 4 Weddings and a Funeral (285,000).
Australian Survivor (625,000) led for TEN then Have You Been Paying Attention? (579,000), The Project (559,000), TEN Eyewitness News (433,000) and Family Feud (327,000). Life in Pieces was 187,000.
ABC News (734,000), 7:30 (648,000), Australian Story (642,000), Four Corners (432,000), Media Watch (324,000), Grand Designs (204,000) and Unconquered: The Invictus Games (165,000).
On SBS it was London’s Super Tunnel (223,000), Michael Mosley: Do We Really Need Health Tests? (209,000), SBS World News (159,000) and 24 Hours in Emergency (141,000).
Shaun the Sheep showed up multichannels with 233,000.
News Breakfast: 103,000 / 45,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 25 September 2017.