Olympics, Seven News dominate Monday.
Seven News and Sunrise enjoy a rush from Tokyo Games, with Seven cracking another 50% share.
It was another big night of Olympics with metro audiences of 1.44m / 1.08m / 1.00m in primetime.
Seven News continues to benefit from the Games, with a huge audience of 1.41m / 1.31m. That dwarfed Nine News at 1.07m / 974,000. The real question will be how much they differ once the Games are over. Does it linger or return to before?
The Chase topped entertainment at 809,000 in preliminary figures.
Australian Survivor 603,000 led over 7:30 (509,000), Beauty & the Geek (519,000) and Australian Story (515,000).
Later Have You Been Paying Attention? at 477,000 battled Four Corners (415,000) then Media Watch (365,000).
Seven network dominated with a huge 50.7% share then Nine 17.9%, 10 15.6%, ABC 11.9% and SBS 3.9%.
A Current Affair drew 786,000 for Nine then Hot Seat (496,000 / 293,000). Botched was 213,000. with Footy Classified at 62,000 across the network.
The Project drew 403,000 / 287,000 for 10. 10 News First pulled 395,000 / 280,000. A Kitty Flanagan: Smashing special managed 207,000.
ABC News was 707,000 for ABC. The Drum (182,000) and Maggie Beer in Japan (122,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (152,000 / 104,000) and Becoming Bond (115,000).
Sunrise was also huge at 362,000 for Seven, way in front of Today Extra (246,000) and News Breakfast (128,000 / 100,000).
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 2 August 2021