Drama dip but Nine wins Monday

Nine drama Informer 3838 was down on its debut but Nine still had a clear win on Monday.

Lego Masters won its slot at 1.1m and topped the demos.

It defeated Australian Story (911,000), 7:30 (841,000), MasterChef Australia (826,000) and House Rules (564,000).

Four Corners led later with 749,000 then Media Watch (687,000), Informer 3838 (574,000 -down from 644,000) and 9-1-1 (329,000).

Nine network won Monday with 29.1% then Seven 25.0%, ABC 20.1%, 10 18.7% and SBS 7.0%.

Nine News drew 1.13m / 1.08m for Nine then A Current Affair (832,000) and Hot Seat 592,000 / 328,000.

Seven News was #1 for Seven at 1.27m / 1.2m. The Chase was 691,000 / 406,000, Home & Away was 669,000.

ABC News won its slot at 931,000. Q&A (390,000) and The Drum (256,000) also comprised ABC’s night.

The Project drew 612,000 / 379,000 for 10. 10 News First was 483,000  / 308,000 and a Hughesy repeat was 258,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (213,000), The Queen Mother (174,000), Michael Mosley: Frontline Medicine (148,000), Mastermind (124,000), Michael Mosley: A History Of Surgery (116,000).

Bluey led multichannels at 183,000.

Sunrise: 313,000
News Breakfast: 173,000 / 68,000
Today: 231,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 27 April 2020.

8 Comments:

  1. House Rules needs to retired. It is old. It needs a new format and new Host/Hostess. James just doesn’t cut it. He was more successful with Landscaping. I only tune in to see the final makeover weekly to see if there is any ‘new’ ideas to dressing a room, but, nah so far.

    • This *was* the new format and revamp. The problem is that they took out the best of the old, and replaced it with pseudo-Block upgrades. They alienated the established fan base and did not attract anyone new.

  2. I have only watched just over half of it will watch the rest today but last nights Masterchef was possibly the worst ever in 12 years with all the over the top shouting and cheering from the judges contestants and crowd thankgod for the FF button no wonder ratings were down

  3. thedirtydigger

    What a joke our alleged multicultural broadcaster has become.
    It survives on running documentaries about the British royal family, British inventions and travel – oh and the ubiquitous Railway shows.
    How so they justify their budgets with this tosh ?
    Sounds like the very content that could easily be covered by an ABC or Commercial digital channel …
    This place is just a nest of old mates taking care of their mates and to hell with the Australian taxpayer who deserves more for their money.

    • SBS is buying most of this stuff on the open market because commercial TV and the ABC doesn’t want it. The ABC could have bought Trust Me I’m Doctor and Mosley’s other shows but they aren’t interested in 150k viewers for UK content in a key primet time slot anymore.

      After finishing New Girl this week and the X-files, Viceland is trying Happy Ending and SG1 on Saturdays. It’s not Viceland nor does it meet the SBS charter. Still I never caught the pilot of Happy Ending that set up the premise, now I will.

  4. If things continue their current trajectory, one of the TV stories of the year (COVID shutdowns etc aside) will surely be ABC News relegating Today into third place at breakfast.

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