ABC was the only network last night to hold most of its audience from 7 to 10pm, with bumper interest in its Four Corners investigation into the ABC management meltdown.
It pushed their primary channel into second place ahead of Nine & 10.
Australian Story was the top entertainment show of the night at 732,000 viewers, eclipsing Bride & Prejudice on 668,000, then 7:30, The Secret Life of Four Year Olds, Family Food Fight and Child Genius on SBS.
Have You Been Paying Attention? pipped Sarah Ferguson’s Four Corners exposé at 724,000 and 719,000, respectively, with 10 claiming top demos. God Friended Me followed from 9pm with a Nine movie out of contention.
At its later time of 9:35pm Media Watch was far and away the winner on 661,000.
Seven News, ACA and The Chase won earlier slots.
Seven network won Monday with 29.8% then Nine 23.7%, ABC 21.6%, 10 17.9% and SBS 7.0%.
Seven News was #1 for Seven at 1.01m / 994,000 then Home and Away (676,000), Bride & Prejudice (668,000), The Chase (539,000 / 313,000), and God Friended Me (465,000). Yummy Mummies drew 171,000 / 113,000.
Nine News (918,00 / 890,00) led for Nine then A Current Affair (721,000), Hot Seat (485,000 / 286,000), Family Food Fight (384,000), and movie Bridget Jones’ Baby (220,000).
Australian Story (732,000), Four Corners (719,000), ABC News (697,000), 7:30 (665,000), Media Watch (661,000), Q&A (392,000) and Doctor Who (290,000) comprised ABC’s Monday.
Have You Been Paying Attention? (724,000) was best for 10 then The Secret Life of Four Year Olds (560,000), The Project (433,000 / 270,000), 10 New First (387,000), How to Stay Married (304,000) and Pointless (213,000). Sports Tonight drew just 92,000.
On SBS it was Child Genius (213,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (154,000), SBS World News (154,000) and The Doctor Who Took Kids off Drugs (148,000).
7mate movie Transporter toped multichannels at 193,000.
News Breakfast: 118,00 / 40,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 12 November 2018