Paying Attention? tops entertainment, Seven wins Monday.

A 250th episode scores for 10. Sports action from Birmingham ensures Seven wins the night and leads at Breakfast.

Another night of Commonwealth Games action ensured Seven won Monday night pulling 645,000 / 580,000 / 330,000 across various evening sessions while a 7mate broadcast led multichannels at 147,000.

In their 250th episode Have You Been Paying Attention? led entertainment and the demos at 581,000 metro viewers.

Earlier Hunted drew (546,000), then 7:30 (534,000), Beauty & the Geek (497,000) and Back Roads (476,000).

Elsewhere were Four Corners (402,000), Media Watch (394,000), and Emergency (216,000).

Seven network won Monday with 34.1% then Nine 25.0%, 10 19.2%, ABC 16.3% and SBS 5.4%.

Seven News was #1 at 985,000 / 927,000 for Seven. The Chase won at 532,000 / 325,000.

Nine News (860,000 / 842,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair won with 660,000 then Hot Seat (437,000 / 276,000). In select cities were Footy Classified (92,000) and 100% Footy (43,000).

The Project drew 326,000 / 257,000 for 10. 10 News First was 287,000 / 187,000 with Just For Laughs Australia at 271,000.

ABC News pulled 605,000 for ABC.  The Drum (187,000) and Q+A (163,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (127,000 / 92,000), Saving Lives At Sea (77,000), The Queen’s Guard: A Year In Service (70,000), 24 Hours In Emergency (63,000) and The Cook Up With Adam Liaw (37,000).

Sunrise: 235,000
Today: 188,000
News Breakfast: 110,000 / 59,000

Updated: Total TV numbers for last Monday were:

Neighbours: 315,000
Media Watch: 648,000
Emergency: 468,000
Beauty & the Geek: 821,000
Home & Away: 918,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 1 August 2022

8 Responses

  1. Good to see the 250th episode of Have You Been Paying Attention doing well.

    However, the Q+A special didn’t do that well last night, despite being in its traditional Monday night timeslot.

    1. Perhaps the youngins’ are streaming on 7+. It is clunky at times but 7 seems to be improving this with each outing. I guess they will shout the streaming numbers from the highest roof tops if they’re good (and stay very very quiet if not).

    2. For last night yeah, but last Friday, Saturday and Sunday was in the Top 5 for 16-39 demographics, second each night with also two entries in it on Saturday and Sunday, so either they’re over it, switched to watching on 7+ with more events now, or will be back for the weekend again.

    3. Yeah, I heard that too on other social media sites, over 55 Tv. Younger ones thinking it’s a lesser sporting event to The Olympics.
      Also heard betting agencies online turnover is down. On these Games, compared to Football & previous Games, younger ones use the on-line Apps..

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