Seven’s Monday ‘friended’ by a win
Ratings: Timeslot wins for Seven News & Bride & Prejudice. Have You Been Paying Attention? tops the demos.
Seven had a convincing win on Monday thanks to Seven News, Bride & Prejudice and newcomer God Friended Me although numbers overall may have been affected by Cup Eve in Melbourne.
Bride & Prejudice managed to win is timeslot with just 629,000 viewers, normally a fairly ordinary figure given the prime position. It pipped 7:30 on 624,000 then Australian Story, Family Food Fight, Blind Date and Britain’s Most Historic Towns.
At 8:30pm Have You Been Paying Attention? led for 10 on 623,000 and topped the demos ahead of Four Corners and God Friended Me from 9pm a Media Watch. Nine viewers switched off a movie.
A Hot Seat win of $250,000 was not enough to topple The Chase at 437,000 and 520,000 respectively for their second half hr.
Seven network won Monday with 30.5% then Nine 23.8%, ABC 19.7%, 10 18.1% and SBS 7.9%.
Seven News was #1 for Seven with 942,000 / 922,000 then Bride & Prejudice (629,000), Home and Away (620,000), God Friended Me (528,000), The Chase (520,000 / 325,000), and Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back 190,000.
Nine News (851,00 / 833,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (698,00), Hot Seat (437,000 / 265,000), Family Food Fight (401,000) and movie The Boss (202,000).
ABC News (634,00), 7:30 (624,000), Four Corners (590,000), Australian Story (586,000), Media Watch (521,000), Doctor Who (306,000) and Q&A (293,00) comprised ABC’s night.
Have You Been Paying Attention? led for 10 on 623,000 followed by The Project (442,000 / 267,000), 10 News First (392,000), Blind Date (320,000), The Graham Norton Show (237,000) and Pointless (197,000).
On SBS it was Britain’s Most Historic Towns (278,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (185,000), SBS World News (162,000) and How to Lose Weight Well (123,000).
GO!’s Big Bang was best on multichannels at 204,000.
News Breakfast: 105,000 / 44,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 5 November 2018