Nine still has grip on Mondays
Ratings: Nine wins early evening from 7pm onwards, but will This Time Next Year be back before 2019?
Nine enjoyed another strong Monday with winning shows early evening from 7pm onwards.
The Block topped the night with 1.33m viewers -just enough to rank as its best Monday so far- and topping the demos. That was again twice the size of Highway Patrol, 7:30 and Australian Survivor, down on last Monday.
A final This Time Next Year on 803,000 was down on last week’s 876,000 -it’s unlikely we will see the show again before 2019. Have You Been Paying Attention? took second place, also down. Four Corners and Little Boy Blue followed.
Seven enjoyed wins with Seven News and The Chase -well in front of a struggling Hot Seat.
Nine network won Monday with 30.3% then Seven 25.8%, ABC 18.8%, TEN 17.7% and SBS 7.5%.
The Block was #1 for Nine with 1.33m then Nine News (900,000 / 892,000), A Current Affair (877,000), This Time Next Year (803,000) and Hot Seat (444,000 / 263,000). Footy Classified was 242,000 in 3 cities. Botched was 157,000.
Seven News (1.08m / 1.07m) led for Seven then Home and Away (693,000), Highway Patrol (686,000 / 616,000), The Chase (623,000 / 403,000) and Little Boy Blue (487,000). Talking Footy was 116,000 on 7mate.
ABC News (801,000), 7:30 (670,000), Australian Story (638,000), Four Corners (612,000), Media Watch (511,000) and Q&A (382,000) comprised ABC’s night.
Have You Been Paying Attention? (693,000) topped TEN’s night then The Project (579,000 / 419,000), Australian Survivor (559,000), TEN Eyewitness News (449,000), Family Feud (363,000) and Life in Pieces (286,000 / 147,000).
On SBS it was The Obesity Myth (262,000), London’s Super Tunnel (194,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (165,000) and SBS World News (145,000).
ABC2’s Holly & Ben’s Little Kingdom ruled multichannels with 258,000.
News Breakfast: 94,000 / 49,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 18 September 2017