(Almost) everyone’s a winner on Monday

Ratings: 4 of 5 networks were leading at various stages across the night, with Nine taking line honours.

Nine, Seven, TEN & ABC all had various turns at leading the viewing audience on Monday but in the end Nine claimed the night.

The Block pulled 1.05m viewers at 7:30pm ahead of Australian Story, strong at 766,000, 7:30, Australian Survivor and Little Big Shots in a rare Monday outing on 605,000 (just 1,000 above Take Me Out last Monday).

From around 8:50pm Have You Been Paying Attention? hit the front at 811,000 ahead of Doctor Doctor, Four Corners, Media Watch and Bancroft.

When HYBPA? wrapped a high school edition of Q&A was leading at 363,000.

Earlier Seven News won its slot as did ACA and The Chase.

Nine network won Monday with a 29.0% share then Seven 25.8%, TEN 20.3%, ABC 18.2% and SBS 6.7%.

The Block (1.05m) led for Nine then Nine News (944,000 / 940,000), A Current Affair (845,000), Doctor Doctor (631,000), Hot Seat (508,000 / 295,000) and Footy Classified (164,000 in 3 cities). 100% Footy was just 44,000 in 2 cities.

Seven News was #1 with 1.11m / 1.02m for Seven then Home and Away (620,000), Little Big Shots (605,000), The Chase (590,000 / 341,000) and Bancroft (341,000 / 257,000).

Have You Been Paying Attention? (811,000) led for TEN then Australian Survivor (654,000), The Project (575,000 / 333,000), TEN Eyewitness News (427,000) and Pointless (257,000). Street Smart was just 198,000 and The Graham Norton Show was 102,000.

Australian Story (766,000), ABC News (742,000), 7:30 (668,000), Four Corners (456,000), Media Watch (423,000), Q&A (363,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Empire of the Tsars (217,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (156,000), SBS World News (152,000), The Body Coach (111,000) and The Chef’s Line (63,000).

Peppa Pig 0n ABC Kids topped multichannels with 206,000.

Sunrise: 261,000
Today: 214,000
News Breakfast: 105,000 / 50,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 10 September 2018

9 Responses

    1. Not quite.
      The entire series of Bancroft was only 4 episodes and they screened as a double last night, with the two remaining episodes showing as a double next Monday.
      So it’s clear that it was always meant to burn off over two weeks.
      I was a bit disappointed in the show, because every hint of mystery was clumsily signposted along the way. The performances were good, though.

  1. Amazing how consistent Survivor is with viewer numbers. Each episode virtually the same viewers as the previous episode. With that poor lead in, HYBPA really did well with its numbers.
    Bancroft bombed….will we still see it for its final in the prime 830pm slot?

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