Ten’s new live crime-solving show Wanted, hosted by Sandra Sully and Matt Doran, was absent from last night’s 20 highest rating programs, according to OzTam’s preliminary ratings. It took 518,000 viewers but couldn’t compete with the other networks in the popular Monday night viewing.
Ten has said it's confident that the show will be a long-term build, but lost out on last night’s 8:30pm timeslot to Seven's Criminal Minds (820,000 viewers).
That said, Masterchef saw a rise to 824,000 viewers and the network had an overall audience share of 16.2%.
Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year Asia took the top rated spot for the evening with its steady audience of 1.455 million. Nine News and The Block Sky High followed closely behind with 1.409m and 1.393m viewers respectively, seeing the network rule 32% of lounge rooms and making it the most watched network.
Seven had 27.3% with its special Secret Life of Dogs beating Masterchef in the 7:30 timeslot and taking 923,000 viewers. Seven News, Today Tonight, and Home & Away all maintained their usual places in the mid to tail end of the top 10.
ABC saw an increase in ratings with the news its highest rating program at 959,000 viewers, and Australian Story just missing the top 10 at 854,000 viewers. 7.30, Media Watch and Four Corners had the last three places in the top 20 giving it an audience share of 18.9%.
SBS had 5.7% of audiences.