ABC, 10 tie for third. Nine wins Monday.

The Block and Have You Been Paying Attention? topped entertainment. Seven News tops the night once again.

Monday was a night in which ABC and 10 tied in third place, but which was ultimately a win for Nine.

The Block topped entertainment at 667,000 metro viewers.

That eclipsed Australian Story (554,000), 7:30 (466,000), SAS Australia (430,000) and The Masked Singer (315,000), rising to 452,000 for the Reveal of monster Tiny.

Have You Been Paying Attention? led with 555,000 ahead of Media Watch (348,000) and Four Corners (341,000).

Nine screened ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup to 252,000 across the network and topped multichannels at 144,000.

Nine network led Monday with 30.5% then Seven 26.8%, ABC and 10 tied on 17.8% then SBS 7.2%.

Nine News (767,000 / 740,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (642,000) and Hot Seat (348,000 / 214,000).

Seven News was #1 at 855,000 / 841,000. The Chase wsa 472,000 / 319,000 then Home & Away (476,000). The Rookie (186,000) and The Rookie: Feds (105,000) followed.

The Project pulled 315,000 / 218,000 then 10 News First (210,000 / 167,000) and The Betoota Advocate presents (153,000).

ABC News was 530,000. Q+A was 207,000 then The Drum (119,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (119,000 / 107,000), Finding Your Roots (90,000), Rescue: Extreme Medics (83,000), Mastermind (62,000) and Michael Mosley’s 21 Day Body Challenge (56,000).

Sunrise: 225,000
Today: 197,000
News Breakfast: 95,000 / 49,000

In Total TV numbers last Monday were:

The Rookie: 503,000
SAS Australia: 894,000
The Block: 1.45m
The Masked Singer: Reveal: 864,000
Have You Been Paying Attention:  933,000
Home & Away: 968,000
Media Watch: 717,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 16 October 2023

5 Responses

  1. I wonder if Q&A will return in 2024? The move back to Monday night this year hasn’t really paid off for them in terms of better ratings. Patricia Karvelas does a good job as host.

  2. Home and Away has been outstanding throughout most of the year. Ada Nicodemou and James Stewart deserve Logie award nominations for 2024 as both delivered great performances these past few weeks.

  3. Interesting looking at Total TV number, HYBPA rose by nearly 390,000 and H&A increased by 458,000, when they were on similar numbers last week! It is good to consider the difference between overnight and Total TV and we always know drams do well, I’m impressed with how RFDS did in Total TV numbers!

    1. I agree with you. In particular H&A which is usually shown 4 nights a week (often multiple shows on Thursday) consistently doubles its overnight numbers to close to 1 million per night. Is the quiet achiever. With seven news dominating and also winning the 7oclock half hour on +7 nights numbers, that’s a very strong base for seven 4 nights a week (and Friday is mostly AFL during the year which also gives them a win mostly).

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