Monday TV Wrap: Big Brother Beats Both MasterChef And Celeb Apprentice In Ratings Spill

Monday TV Wrap: Big Brother Beats Both MasterChef And Celeb Apprentice In Ratings Spill

There were more thrills, spills, and betrayal on last night’s Big Brother, leading it to a win over its timeslot competitors Celebrity Apprentice and MasterChef, as per OzTAM’s metro data.

Big Brother had 620,000 viewers, MasterChef had 615,000 and  Celebrity Apprentice had 609,000.

Coming out on top of the ratings was Seven News with 1,119,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 1,106,000 and A Current Affair with 807,000.

Next was 10’s Have You Been Paying Attention?, once again nailing Monday night with 709,000 viewers, followed by ABC News with 685,000.

The rest of the ABC’s night had 7.30 with 604,000 viewers, Australian Story with 538,000, Media Watch with 397,000 and Four Corners 385,000.

Seven had The Chase with 596,000 viewers and Home and Away had 593,000.

Next was 10 with The Project which had 551,000 viewers and 10 News First which had 442,000, while Nine’s Hot Seat had 561,000 viewers.

Seven (all channels) won the night with a flat 28 per cent of the daily share, followed by Nine (all channels) with 26.6 per cent.

Network 10 came in third with 22,5 per cent of the share, while the ABC TV Network had 15.3 per cent. The SBS Network had seven point six per cent.

 

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