Monday viewing down, but Nine wins the night.

Cup Eve in Melbourne may have played a factor in last night’s viewing being largely down compared to a week ago.

The Block still led in entertainment and the demos at 830,000 viewers, but down on last Monday’s room reveal of 981,000.

Next were SAS Australia (671,000), 7:30 (588,000), Australian Story (529,000) and Junior MasterChef (486,000) -the latter was the only rise on last Monday.

Later Have You Been Paying Attention? drew 642,000, Media Watch (430,000), Four Corners (374,000), Movie: Casino Royale (304,000) and The Rookie (284,000 / 250,000).

Nine network won Monday with 29.4% then Seven 26.0%, 10 19.7%, ABC 17.6% and SBS 7.3%.

Nine News (924,000 / 888,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair won its slot at 757,000 then Hot Seat (468,000 / 301,000)

Seven News was #1 at 1.00m / 1.00m for Seven. Home & Away drew 549,000 and The Chase (535,000 / 321,000).

The Project pulled 535,000 / 318,000 for 10. 10 News First was 350,000 / 318,000 and a Melbourne Cup Preview Show managed 149,000.

ABC News (704,000) led for ABC. Q&A (320,000) and The Drum (166,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (171,000), 24 Hours In Emergency (156,000), Great House Revival (134,000) and Mastermind on just 55,000.

Bluey reigned at 341,000 on multichannels.

Sunrise: 253,000
Today: 220,000
News Breakfast: 107,000 / 74,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 2 November 2020

5 Comments:

  1. I stopped watching Q&A a few seasons ago, even before Tony Jones left. The panels where biased and from what I’ve been told it’s become much worse this year.
    ABC really needs to have a good look at what is a valuable asset to have in our country. Fix some perceived issues to gain back audience. At the moment Q&A is just as bad as the other side of the divide, the programs you find at night on Sky News.

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