Monday TV Wrap: 10 Has A Crack At The 2020 Wrap-Up

Monday TV Wrap: 10 Has A Crack At The 2020 Wrap-Up

10’s What The Hell Just Happened? premiered to 277,000 viewers as a plethora of Australia’s famous faces explored the best and worst bits of the last year.

Though the ratings may suggest that viewers aren’t quite ready to tackle topics such as COVID fatigue or Julie Bishop’s view on Cardi B’s WAP video yet, the episode was hosted by Kate Langbroek and featured an impressive number of celebs, including:

Waleed Aly, Urzila Carlson, Harley Breen, Nazeem Hussain, Becky Lucas, Michael Hing, Beau Ryan, Jess Eva,  Julia Morris, Susan Carland, Eddie Perfect, Myf Warhurst,  Narelda Jacobs, Daniel Doody, Andy Allen, Bianca Chatfield, Jordan Nguyen, Adam Spencer, Julie Bishop, and Joel Creasey.

Seven News came top overall with 1,123,000 viewers, according to OzTAM’s metro numbers, while MAFS was second with 1,121,000 viewers in a neat news sandwich. Nine News followed in third place at 1,011,000 viewers.

A Current Affair scored 862,000 viewers, beating ABC News at 674,000 and Under Investigation with 539,000.

Seven’s line-up included Home And Away with 479,000 viewers and the AFL which saw Geelong take on Hawthorn to 464,000 viewers. The Chase faired slightly less well with 358,000 viewers.

On Nine, Hot Seat had 424,000 viewers while Nine’s Afternoon News had 274,000.

ABC premiered some fuzzy fun with Penguins: Meet The Family, a documentary exploring all eighteen of the different species of penguin. They also Brazen Hussies, a documentary about the Women’s Liberation Movement, who led Australia’s feminist revolution.

Finally over at 10, The Project had 424,000 viewers while 10 News First had 361,000 viewers.

Top of the daily share was the Nine Network with 35 per cent, followed by the Seven Network with 24 per cent. In third was Network 10 with 16 per cent while the ABC Network had 14 per cent. The SBS Network had seven per cent of the share.




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