A curfew in Melbourne did not significantly increase numbers last night, but an afternoon press conference by Daniel Andrews did top multichannels once again. Some shows were even down on last week… does this mean more people are Streaming?
Australian Ninja Warrior led in entertainment at 879,000 which was marginally up on last Monday.
It outranked Farmer Wants a Wife (740,000), 7:30 (682,000), Australian Story (660,000) and Bachelor in Paradise (532,000) -the latter continues to perform best in younger demos.
Later Have You Been Paying Attention? drew 579,000 then Four Corners (628,000), Media Watch (592,000) and 9-1-1: Lone Star (407,000).
Nine network won Monday with 29.7% then Seven 26.7%, ABC 18.8%, 10 18.0% and SBS 6.9%.
Nine News drew 1.22m / 1.11m for Nine then A Current Affair (813,000) and Hot Seat (662,000 / 391,000). A Glorious Life: Ian Chappell was 326,000.
Seven News was #1 with 1.29m / 1.24m for Seven. The Chase (680,000 / 415,000) and Home and Away (650,000) followed. Madeleine McCann: The Hunt for the Prime Suspect was 229,000.
ABC News won its slot with 857,000. Q&A (344,000) and The Drum (236,000) also ranked for ABC.
The Project pulled 574,000 / 370,000 for t0. 10 News First was 428,000 / 241,000 and Just for Laughs: Uncut was 227,000.
On SBS it was D:Day: The King who Fooled Hitler (257,000), SBS World News (191,000), Space Shuttle: Triumph & Tragedy (130,000) and Mastermind (93,000).
A Vic. press conference during ABC News Afternoons led multichannels at 283,000.
Today: 229,000 / News Breakfast: 155,00 / 74,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 3 August 2020