MAFS, Idol, Home & Away best in Monday entertainment

Seven News, ACA, Media Watch all led their timeslots on Monday.

Married at First Sight topped Monday night viewing with 1.51m viewers in National TV Audience.

That outranked Australian Idol (854,000), 7:30 (710,000), Australian Survivor (577,000) and Austalian Story (549,000).

Later Media Watch drew 607,000 then Big Miracles (519,000), Four Corners (509,000) and The Irrational (399,000).

A Current Affair averaged 1.13m then Nine News (1.12m) and Tipping Point (601,000). Nine News Late was 261,000.

Seven News won with 1.4m with Home & Away strong at 812,000 then, The Chase (656,000). The Latest was 200,000.

ABC News pulled 871,000 for ABC. Q+A drew 311,000 with a Hard Quiz replay at 264,000.

10 News First averaged 323,000 for 10 then The Project (318,000), Deal or No Deal (256,000) and FBI: Most Wanted (162,000 / 119,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (206,000 / 152,000), Finding Your Roots (110,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (94,000) and The 2010s (83,000).

Sunrise: 376,000
Today: 318,000
News Breakfast: 256,000

National Total TV: Monday 26 February 2024

6 Responses

    1. Actually, I’m sure they’re thrilled!
      After all, it’s a show made and marketed to under 50’s …which is who advertisers have paid to reach. Last night (once again) it was No.2 behind MAFS in 25-54 and 16-39, with 22% more viewers than Idol in the younger demo.

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