ABC shows lead key slots, Seven wins Monday.

7:30 and Australian Story won their slot on Monday while a reality show wrapped softly for Nine.

Nine may have led in primary channel shares on Monday, but Seven’s multichannels helped push them over the line in network share.

However it was ABC shows that led the pack from 7:30pm.

7:30 led its slot at 526,000 metro viewers then Australian Story (512,000), Dessert Masters (449,000), an extended Home & Away from 7pm (429,000 / 364,000) and the final of My Mum Your Dad at 335,000 -will its Total TV numbers be enough for a renewal?

Later Media Watch drew 328,000 then Evacuation (286,000) and ACS: The Investigators (240,000).

Seven network won Monday with 28.0% then Nine 26.5%, ABC 19.5%, 10 18.6% and SBS 7.4%.

Seven News was #1 at 904,000 / 895,000. The Chase topped entertainment at 504,000 / 332,000.  Big Brother was 134,000 then SWAT (71,000).

Nine News (738,000 / 730,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (662,000) and Hot Seat (354,000 / 225,000). Getting Away with Murder was 120,000.

ABC News was 571,000. Q+A (183,000) and The Drum (127,000) followed.

The Project pulled 280,000 / 187,000 for 10. 10 News First was 205,000 / 151,000. The Secrets She Keeps managed 145,000 then FBI: Most Wanted was 97,000.

On SBS it was Inside Aldi (139,000), SBS World News (123,000 / 117,000), 1967: Summer of Love (109,000) and Secrets of the Tower of London (47,000).

7TWO’s Endeavour topped multichannels at 121,000.

Sunrise: 216,000
Today: 201,000
News Breakfast: 92,000 / 43,000

In Total TV numbers last Monday were:

Love Island: 330,000
Big Brother: 410,000
My Mum Your Dad: 611,000
Home & Away: 903,000
Dessert Masters: 806,000
Q+A: 334,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 20 November 2023

6 Responses

  1. Given BB is still doing well in Total People (no idea why), Seven might think about moving it to a 9pm (or after the 7:30pm show) like Big Brother in UK. That version is M rated, mainly for language.

    They still need to fix a lot of other things as well.

  2. Congratulations to both Home and Away and Ada Nicodemou on last nights episode. This is the first time a television show depicted psychosis in a realistic, true to life fashion. I hope other storytellers who exploit this delicate topic take inspiration and realise that the sufferer is more likely to be vulnerable than be a perpetrator of crime. Ada needs a Logie for her amazing work this year.

      1. @nik c, agreed. I felt I was watching a psychological thriller last night. My heart breaks for the people in our community who suffer from psychotic disorders as they are draining for both the patient and their loved ones.

    1. Home and Away has always been ahead of its time. Just this week I was looking at a long powerful scene clip on the early years H&A Instagram from the early 2000s dealing with consent education after a sexual assault storyline

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