Should we attribute this to Cup Eve celebrations in Melbourne last night?
ABC shows have again beaten those offered by Seven, Nine & TEN with 7:30, Australian Story & Four Corners all winning their slots. ABC beat Nine into second place across the network, after pipping them in primary share on Sunday too.
In all likelihood it is being driven by viewer dissatisfaction with commercial offerings, with a Cup Eve factor to boot.
Australian Story and 7:30 both pipped The Wall, Family Food Fight and All Star Family Feud. Nine’s reality show has slipped under 500,000 whilst TEN was under 400,000.
Four Corners also won at 8:30, although Have You Been Paying Attention still topped the demos. Liar and Menendez Murders followed.
Seven News, ACA and The Chase held their slots.
Seven network won Monday with 30.6% then ABC 22.5%, Nine 21.7%,TEN 18.1% and SBS 7.0%.
Seven News (972,000 / 965,000) was #1 for Seven then Home and Away (709,000), The Wall (687,000), The Chase (563,000 / 383,000), Liar (453,000) and The Good Doctor repeats (283,000 / 255,000).
Australian Story (874,000) won its slot for ABC along with Four Corners (770,000). Both ABC News and 7:30 were high on 724,000 then Media Watch (618,000) and Q&A (414,000).
Nine News (888,000 / 874,000) led for Nine followed by A Current Affair (746,000), Family Food Fight (493,000), Hot Seat (450,000 / 254,000), Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (314,000). Chicago Justice was just 151,000.
Have You Been Paying Attention? (633,000) led for TEN followed by The Project (482,000 / 316,000), TEN Eyewitness News (423,000), All Star Family Feud (398,000) and Family Feud (295,000). Man with a Plan drew 252,000.
On SBS it was The World’s Most Extraordinary People (188,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (174,000), River Cottage Australia (155,000) and SBS World News (131,000).
An Indiana Jones movie on 7mate topped multichannels with 227,000.
News Breakfast: 100,000 / 53,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 6 November 2017