Dancing wins for Seven, Hunted, HYBPA? pushes 10 ahead of Nine.

Entertainment double pushes 10 into second place, with Nine landing in third on Monday.

Nine had a poor performance on Monday against Seven’s Dancing semi-final and the double hit of Hunted / HYBPA? on 10.

Nine finished in third place behind 10 due to its under-performing reality race.

Dancing with the Stars won its slot at 552,000 metro viewers then 7:30 (551,000), Hunted (524,000, which topped 25-54 demos), Back Roads (505,000) and Rush (256,000).

A late starting Have You Been Paying Attention? still won at 516,000 then Four Corners (467,000), Media Watch (410,000).

Seven network won Monday with 29.7% then 10 22.9%, Nine 22.2%, ABC 17.2% and SBS 8.0%.

Seven News was #1 at 977,000 / 949,000. The Chase topped entertainment at 580,000 / 355,000. 911: Lone Star pulled 173,000.

The Project was 302,000 / 222,000 for 10. 10 News First was 231,000 / 197,000. Just for Laughs Australia was 196,000.

Nine News (835,000 / 835,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair won at 679,000 then Hot Seat (400,000 / 240,000). Police Rescue Australia managed 159,000 with Footy Classified at 86,000 and 100% Footy at 36,000 across the network.

ABC News drew 621,000.  The Drum (174,000) and Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle (158,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (158,000 / 116,000), Robson Green’s Weekend Escapes (95,000), The Great House Revival (88,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (81,000) and Mastermind (50,000).

7TWO’s Doc Martin led multichannels at 108,000.

Sunrise: 222,000
Today: 197,000
News Breakfast: 100,000 / 50,000

In Total TV numbers last Monday were:

911: Lone Star: 429,000
Rush: 505,000
Have You Been Paying Attention?: 1.06m
Media Watch: 698,000
Home & Away: 937,000
MasterChef Australia: 925,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 17 July 2023.

17 Responses

  1. I would love a rebrand to CBS10 Eyewitness News at 5. 6pm an Australian Wheel of Fortune (a carbon copy of the USA Syndicated Wheel), Neighbours at 6.30 then start their prime time at 7.

    1. Are you from the US by chance? The name CBS means nothing to Australians. It would be a turn-off for many.

      They might get away with rebranding Bold to “CBS” and have it the home for all US procedural shows that run over there – but a “local” news branded CBS would never fly.

  2. Watched DWTS live, flicked over to catch HYBPA live before watching Hunted. First ad break, revealed who got captured first. Disappointed but not unexpected for 10 to spoil its own programs. Sure they could say someone got captured but they didn’t need to plaster who it was all over the screen.

      1. yes it was promo for tonights episode, they showed what happened/captured in the episode just aired, I get it. but its still pretty annoying, they can promote without showing what happens to give viewers a chance to catch up.

  3. I have really enjoyed Robson Green’s Weekend Escapes. Some may be lesser known in Australia, but great scenery and anecdotes in the NE of England! A love these hidden gems on SBS and wouldn’t have known if not for TVTonight 🙂

  4. While Network Ten don’t have a major sporting to code to bank on, their non-sports programming is second to none. They have durability and a wide variation. It’s very cathartic to see Nine fall behind. Other than The Block and the remainder of the Ashes series, it’s going to be a very long year for them. Channel Ten, keep on keeping on.

      1. I’m in complete agreement. I know Ten News First is the hallmark of the Ten news brand stemming back to the 1990’s, but I think they should have a game show after Bold and the Beautiful, a 6pm news bulletin, and do business with Seven like they did with the AFL rights in the 2000’s.

    1. You must be joking.
      Ten is always behind Seven & Nine.
      Master chef & The Cheap Seats yes but struggle with other shows.
      Smart decision by nine to get the ashes.

    2. Oh please. You can’t possibly say this about the network that floats between third and fourth. Sure, they have some bright spots in their schedule but the network as a whole is a programming disaster.

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