Australian Survivor pushes 10 ahead of ABC, Seven.
Ratings: Australian Survivor finishes on high. Seven relegated to fourth for the night. Nine wins.
Australian Survivor has helped 10 to snatch second place for the evening.
With ABC’s strong Monday line-up, Seven was relegated to fourth overall.
The bulk of the grand final drew 878,000, which was a season high. It rose to 944,000 for the moment David Genat was named as winner (also topping 2 demos), with the Reunion at 625,000.
That was down slightly on Pia Miranda’s win (923,000 / 1.04m) last year but at a totally different time of year.
However it still wasn’t enough to halt Married at First Sight, by the same production company, at 1.12m. 7:30 (842,000), Australian Story (691,000) and Border Security (386,000) all followed.
ABC News (978,000) won against A Current Affair (935,000, a 2020 high) and The Latest (606,000).
Later Media Watch was 766,000 then Four Corners (761,000), Nine News Special (644,000) and 9-1-1 (299,000).
Nine network won Monday with 30.2% then 10 22.0%, ABC 21.1%, Seven 20.6% and SBS 6.1%.
Nine News was 1.21m / 1.18m for Nine. -another 2020 high. Hot Seat was 595,000 / 382,000. Footy Classified was 122,000 in 3 cities and Botched was 120,000 in 2.
The Project pulled 646,000 / 392,000 for 10. 10 News First was 555,000 / 328,000.
Q&A was high at 505,000 for ABC. The Drum tallied 259,000.
Seven News (1.26m / 1.24m) was #1 for Seven. The Chase drew 655,000 / 421,000. A Seven News special was 232,000 in 4 cities.
On SBS it was SBS World News (199,000), Michael Mosley: Addicted To Painkillers? (147,000), Planet Expedition (131,000), Michael Mosley: A History Of Surgery (116,000) and Mastermind (90,000).
Bluey again topped multichannels at 277,000.
News Breakfast: 172,000 / 106,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 30 March 2020.