Seven has claimed victory in the first night of the final ratings chapter for 2017.
The Wall won its timeslot convincingly with 974,000 viewers, beating an extended Family Food Fight on 614,000. Nine’s new food show was eclipsed by Australian Story on 750,000 & 7:30 on 698,000, leaving All Star Family Feud with 439,000.
Seven’s new game show, which gave away more than twice the cash prize of Nine’s season in a single night, was also second in the demos for the night. But social media comment was divisive, meaning this battle may not be over.
By 8:30pm Have You Been Paying Attention? hit the front with 725,000 viewers -#1 in the demos for Monday – ahead of Four Corners, Liar. Nine’s Menendez Murders kicked in at 9:20pm.
Seven News, ACA & The Chase all won their slots.
Seven network won Monday with 30.5% then Nine 24.2%, ABC 21.2%, TEN 17.2% and SBS 7.0%.
Seven News (994,000 / 976,000) was #1 for Seven followed by The Wall (974,000), Home and Away (705,000), The Chase (585,000 / 372,000), Liar (512,000). Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders was 205,000).
Nine News (978,000 / 940,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (868,000), Family Food Fight (614,000), Hot Seat (491,000 / 291,000), Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (325,000).
ABC News (773,000) was best for ABC then Australian Story (750,000), 7:30 (698,000), Four Corners (618,000), Media Watch (586,000) and Q&A (575,000).
Have You Been Paying Attention? won its slot with 725,000 for TEN followed by The Project (537,000 / 354,000), TEN Eyewitness News (440,000), All Star Family Feud (439,000), Family Feud (305,000) and Man with a Plan (301,000).
On SBS it was The World’s Most Extraordinary People (195,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (178,000), River Cottage Australia (176,000) and SBS World News (140,000).
Hey Duggee topped multichannels with 224,000.
News Breakfast: 111,000 / 47,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 30 October 2017.