Big Brother is continuing to do the goods for Seven, so much so there are rumours the show will be renewed in 2021.
The Australian is reporting the reality show is tipped to return to our screens next year after a standout run (so far) for Seven.
B&T contacted Seven for confirmation.
A decent 719,000 tuned in to the show on Monday night, will 744,000 tuned in for the eviction, according to OzTAM metro numbers.
It wasn’t, however, enough to see Seven win the night in primary channel share, with that honour going to Nine with 20.3 per cent. Seven came in second with 19.4 per cent, 10 did 16.3 per cent, while ABC and SBS did 12.9 per cent and 4.2 per cent respectively.
Over at the other FTAs, Nine’s The Voice did 861,000 and 10’s MasterChef did 951,000. The ABC’s Back Roads did 607,000.
Here’s how the rest of the night went.
News did 1.09m, ACA did 762,000 and Hot Seat did 632,000.
News did 1.18m, The Chase did 674,000 and Home and Away did 693,000.
Have You Been Paying Attention? did 787,000 and The Project did 633,000.
News did 836,000, 7.30 did 665,000, Four Corners did 456,000 and Media Watch did 492,000.
All channels share
Nine won the night across all channels with 26.9 per cent, Seven did 26.7 per cent, 10 did 22.2 per cent, ABC did 16.8 per cent, and SBS did 7.3 per cent.
Demographic breakdown (all channels)
- 10 – 29.6 per cent
- Seven – 27.3 per cent
- Nine – 25.5per cent
- 10 – 34.8 per cent
- Seven – 27.6 per cent
- Nine – 21.0 per cent
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