1% Club pushes Seven to Monday win

Seven News, ACA, The 1% Club and Have You Been Paying Attention? were all timeslot stars on Monday.

Seven’s pivot from a failed reality show to a scheduling switcheroo has paid off with 1% Club winning its timeslot at 555,000 metro viewers. On current numbers the BBC Studios Australia show looks ripe for a renewal once the season is done.

Not far behind were 7:30 (522,000) and MasterChef Australia (511,000) which eclipsed both in the demos, then The Summit (421,000) and Australian Story (416,000).

Have You Been Paying Attention? was strong at 596,000 and led Monday demos then Media Watch (414,000), Four Corners (366,000), Police Rescue Australia (245,000), and 911 (228,000).

Seven network won Monday with 26.8% then Nine 26.4%, 10 21.3%, ABC 17.9% and SBS 7.5%.

Seven News was #1 at a high 1.04m / 980,000. The Chase led entertainment at 604,000 / 356,000. Home & Away was 516,000. 911: Lone Star managed 169,000.

Nine News (863,000 / 845,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair led at 671,000 then Hot Seat (435,000 / 271,000), and Nine News Late (137,000). Footy Classified was 96,000 in 3 cities.

The Project drew 346,000 / 237,000. 10 News First was 256,000 / 206,000. Just for Laughs Australia was 236,000 then FBI: Most Wanted (93,000).

ABC News pulled 628,000. Q+A (226,000) and The Drum (175,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (137,000 / 99,000), Secrets of the Tower of London (97,000), Michael Palin in North Korea (94,000), Mastermind (69,000) and Reframed: Marilyn Monroe (64,000).

Octonauts led multichannels at 106,000.

Sunrise: 237,000
Today: 193,000
News Breakfast: 83,000 / 39,000

In Total TV numbers last Monday were:

911: Lone Star: 374,000
911: 552,000
The Summit: 688,000
Have You Been Paying Attention?: 974,000
MasterChef Australia:  810,000
RPA: 446,000
Farmer Wants a Wife: 1.26m

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 29 May 2023

8 Responses

  1. A stupid comment? Today has been eating anywhere from 170k-190k most of the time exactly where the show was under Gardiner and Knight when everyone on here was calling for heads to roll.

    Please and thank you

    1. We record the show and watch it later, and we always have to pause it during the 30-second countdown for each question because we just can’t focus on solving the question when he’s talking during it. I get that they don’t want 30 seconds of silence for each question, but sometimes they gotta tone it down a bit.

      On the other hand, Letters & Numbers had no problem with 30 seconds of silence during every countdown clock. Different audiences I guess…

  2. The 1% Club is Seven’s most successful new series to launch in recent memory. And to have survived a time slot switch so early on is testament to that. The Summit meanwhile has flatlined in growth terms. Will be interested to see if Nine try to nurture it with a second season or give up completely.

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