With Nine’s MAFS mania well and truly over, Seven is continuing its winning streak, dominating Monday night TV with 30 per cent market share.
Even 10’s Dancing With The Stars finale, where Samuel Johnson was crowned this season’ winner, proved no match for Channel Seven, pulling in 687,000 views, according to OzTAM metro numbers.
However, the finale numbers were up around 100,000 on last week’s episode, which received 556,000 metro viewers.
DWTS was 10’s big win for the night, followed by The Project (461,000) and 10 News First (358,000).
Over at Seven, its 6pm news enjoyed 1.2 million views versus Nine’s version with 971,000. MKR pulled a tidy 812,000, followed by Home And Away on 648,000, The Chase (395,000) and AFL (449,000).
Nine’s ACA pulled an impressive 823,000, Young Sheldon pulled 482,000 and Hot Seat saw 441,000 people tuning in.
The ABC’s night ran thus: 7pm news (674,000), 7.30pm news (561,000) and Attenborough’s Wonder of Eggs repeat (421,000).
Seven won Monday with 31.6 per cent share, Nine had 23.9 per cent, 10 posted 20.8 per cent, the ABC pulled 16.3 per centand SBS took home 7.5 per cent.