MAFS, Idol and Oscars draw Monday viewers.

Daytime broadcast of Oscars averaged more viewers than its primetime replay. MAFS tops Monday viewing.

Monday’s broadcast of The Oscars reached a high of 1.43m viewers in its lengthy replay and averaged 324,000 viewers in National TV Audience.

The premiere broadcast (live in AEDT states) may have reached slightly lower at 1.31m but it averaged higher at 467,000 for Seven. Of course, it can’t be compared to 2023 due to ratings using a VOZ measure in 2024.

Meanwhile Married at First Sight topped viewing averaging 1.58m viewers for Nine.

That eclipsed Australian Idol (856,000), 7:30 (671,000), Australian Survivor (595,000) and Australian Story (531,000).

Later Media Watch was 620,000 then Four Corners (609,000), and Big Miracles (519,000).

Nine News pulled 1.21m for Nine then A Current Affair (1.16m), Tipping Point (657,000) and Footy Classified (127,000) across its broadcast.

Seven News led with 1.47m for Seven. Home & Away was 821,000 then The Chase winning at 698,000.

ABC News drew 904,000 for ABC with Q+A at 296,000.

10 News First pulled 375,000 for 10 then The Project (367,000) and Deal or No Deal (325,000). FBI: Most Wanted managed 186,000 / 133,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (189,000 / 138,000), Finding Your Roots (130,000), The 2010s (88,000) and 24 Hours in Emergency (86,000).

Sunrise: 353,000
Today: 292,000
News Breakfast: 211,000

National Total TV: Monday 11 March 2024

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