Never mind primetime, Bluey was Monday’s star performer.

Ratings: A brand new episode of Bluey beat multiple primetime shows. Nine wins Monday.

A brand new Bluey episode knocked it out of the park yesterday.

The ABC KIDS show drew a massive 404,000 in the morning- more than RBT, Q&A, 10 News First, Sunrise, Today and anything on SBS.

A replay at 6:20pm drew yet another 292,000 viewers. New episodes continue this week leaving it unbeatable in multichannel numbers.

Meanwhile The Block was the top entertainment show at 981,000 with 975,000 for the Room Winner and best in demos.

It defeated SAS Australia (770,000), 7:30 (704,000), Australian Story (616,000) and Junior MasterChef (447,000) which was a season low.

Later Four Corners had a rare timeslot win at (686,000) then Media Watch (644,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (612,000), RBT (365,000) and The Rookie (291,000 / 261,000).

Nine network won Monday with 29.7% then Seven 25.8%, ABC 19.4%, 10 17.8% and SBS 7.3%.

Nine News (1.02m / 990,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair (816,000) won its slot then Hot Seat (504,000 / 344,000).

Seven News was #1 with 1.08m / 1.05m for Seven. Home and Away drew 582,000 then The Chase (545,000 / 349,000).

ABC News drew 758,000. Q&A (375,000) and The Drum (185,000) followed for ABC.

The Project pulled 563,000 / 333,000 for 10. 10 News First (377,000 / 239,000) and Drunk History (213,000)

On SBS it was SBS World News (191,000), The Great House Revival (143,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (139,000) and Mastermind (72,000).

On 7mate Housos drew 189,000 and Regular Old Bogan was 99,000.

Sunrise: 241,000
Today: 203,000
News Breakfast: 127,000 / 59,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 26 October 2020

6 Responses

    1. Some eps are pretty funny and so very Australian, mate 😆. Some of my young relos have shown me some episodes on catchup as they love it. Only like 7 minutes long as well so quick to watch.

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