10 wins Monday with Masked Singer, HYBPA?

Ratings: 10 dominated from 7:30pm snatching a rare evening win over the competition.

10 has managed a win on Monday thanks to two broadly popular shows.

The Masked Singer drew 1.05m viewers for its grand finale, but it rose to 1.37m for the moment Cody Simpson was revealed as The Robot.

That was comfortably ahead of The Block on 897,000 viewers. Trailing behind were 7:30 (563,000), Australian Story (508,000), and Bride & Prejudice (407,000).

Have You Been Paying Attention? also dominated its slot at a bumper 926,000 viewers, way ahead of Four Corners (533,000), Media Watch (481,000 from 9:20pm), Love Island (312,000) and The Rookie (303,000 from 9pm).

10 won Monday with 26.4% then Nine 25.4%, Seven 24.4%, ABC 15.9% and SBS 7.9%.

The Project 10 was 550,000 / 297,000 for 10 then Just for Laughs (370,000), 10 News First (322,000) and Celebrity Name Game (193,000).

Nine News drew 866,000 / 839,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (756,000), Hot Seat (420,000 / 218,000). 20 to One was 197,000.

Seven News won its slot at (921,000 / 901,000) for Seven then Home & Away (576,000), The Chase (499,000 / 328,000). SWAT was 191,000.

ABC News (631,000), Q&A (277,000) and The Drum (148,000) also comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was How the Victorians Built Britain (229,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (214,000), 24 Hours in Police Custody (147,000) and SBS World News (145,000).

PJ Masks on ABC KIDS led multichannels on 145,000.

Sunrise: 282,000
Today: 194,000
News Breakfast: 125,000 / 43,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 21 October 2019

11 Responses

  1. Interesting only just won the overalls by 1% despite having huge Numbers for TMS and HYBPA. If Seven or Nine had just big numbers for two shows they would have won overalls by 10% plus or more

    1. Doesn’t 7 and 9 always have “big numbers” 6-7pm, where 10 has something <200K? 10 is always at a disadvantage due to 7 & 9 News figures. "If Seven or Nine had just big numbers for two shows….". "If only". But they didn't and so it wasn't to be.

  2. Yes, yes, yes! Congrats to Ten

    TMS is totally not my type of show, but happy to see a different format get up and do well.

    All networks need more short, sharp formats (drama and reality), not things dragged out for too long trying to squeeze the last ratings out of a format

    1. Yes absolutely. A season of 6 – 8 weeks of episodes that run for around a hour instead of up to or more than 16 weeks of 2+ hours full of commercials and recaps is what networks should be looking at to stop fatigue.

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