Nine wins Monday, as Pilot Week pushes for a crowd.
Ratings: The Block, Have You Been Paying Attention? win their slots. Dance Boss struggles.
There were some big wins but big switch-offs last night with Seven, Nine, TEN and ABC all in front at various times.
The Block lorded over the 7:30 timeslot at an impressive 1.01m viewers and topped the demos. It was miles in front of Australian Survivor on 666,000, 7:30 on 597,000, Australian Story on 591,000 and Dance Boss down again at 447,000. Seven’s struggling show will wrap next Tuesday.
Have You Been Paying Attention? then hit the front at 747,000, beating Doctor Doctor, Four Corners and Gordon Ramsay on Seven. But around half of TEN’s audience did not stick around for Drunk History which averaged 367,000. Social media feedback was positive, but some just did not find the concept amusing at all (including questions about the inclusion of alcohol).
Seven News, ACA and The Chase won their slots while ABC was leading from around 10pm.
Nine network won the night with 29.5% then Seven 25.2%, TEN 20.4%, ABC 17.2% and SBS 7.6%.
Seven News was #1 was 1.07m / 1.03m for Seven then Home and Away (730,000), The Chase (648,000 / 400,000), Dance Boss (447,000), Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back (279,000) and The Single Wives (131,000).
The Block (1.01m) was best for Nine then Nine News (985,000 / 959,000), A Current Affair (886,000), Doctor Doctor (684,000) and Hot Seat (539,000 / 331,000). Footy Classified was 165,000 in 3 cities. Dr. Christian Jessen Will See You Now was 99,000 and 100% Footy was 45,000 both in 2 cities.
Have You Been Paying Attention? drew 747,000 for TEN then Australian Survivor (666,000), The Project (533,000 / 328,000), TEN Eyewitness News (400,000), Drunk History (367,000), Pointless (270,000) and Disgrace! (123,000).
ABC News (743,000), 7:30 (597,000), Australian Story (591,000), Four Corners (463,000), Media Watch (459,000), Q&A (356,000) and Think Tank (231,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Inside Windsor Castle (304,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (205,000 / 186,000) and SBS World News (150,000). The Chef’s Line drew 71,000.
ONE’s NCIS topped multichannels with 186,000.
News Breakfast: 117,000 / 50,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 20 August 2018