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The Voice leads entertainment, Paying Attention tops demos.

Blind Auditions deliver another winning night for Seven. 10 quiz led the demos. ACA strong for Nine.

The penultimate Blind Auditions drew another 1.11m metro viewers for The Voice last night, helping Seven to win another night -although it was upstaged in the demos.

That was still well ahead of Australian Survivor‘s 699,000, The Block (627,000), 7:30 (626,000) and Australian Story (529,000).

Have You Been Paying Attention? won its slot at 664,000 and led the demos, then Four Corners (586,000),  Media Watch (516,000), Under Investigation (435,000) and 911: Lone Star (392,000 / 246,000).

Seven network won Monday with 30.1% then Nine 24.9%, 10 21.3%, ABC 17.0% and SBS 6.7%.

Seven News was #1 at 1.22m / 1.14m for Seven. Home & Away was 676,000 then The Chase 616,000 / 373,000.

Nine News was best for Nine at 1.11m / 1.00m. A Current Affair comfortably led its slot at 813,000 then Hot Seat at 502,000 / 336,000. Footy Classified and 100% Footy were 169,000 & 89,000 respectively across the network.

The Project drew 563,000 / 366,000 for 10. 10 News First was 428,000 / 274,000 with Jimeoin: Ramble On at 240,000.

ABC News was 709,000 for ABC. Beyond the Towers (264,000) and The Drum (218,000) followed.

On SBS it was Inside Windsor Castle (208,000), Secret Scotland (191,000), SBS World News (184,000 / 165,000) and 24 Hours in Emergency (104,000).

Coronavirus: Public Update again led multichannels at 263,000 with the biggest audience in Sydney.

Sunrise: 289,000
Today: 259,000
News Breakfast: 130,000 / 93,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 23 August 2021

7 Responses

  1. My guess is that with Melbourne and Sydney in lockdown their numbers are helping Today over Sunrise. Today seems to skew slightly younger and younger people are working from home with their TV’s on.

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