There’s nothing quite like a Federal politician sex scandal to pique the interest of Aussies viewers, with some 824,000 metro viewers tuning in to ABC’s Four Corners Monday night, according to OzTAM data.
The episode, which typically sees around 300-400,000 metro viewers, was a sexual misconduct investigation into Attorney-General Christian Porter, who has since hit back at the claims made by the ABC as untrue.
Meanwhile, 10’s Junior MasterChef finale hit a nice 881,000 viewers for the winner announcement, while the show proper did 652,000. The show struggled this season, more often than not failing to crack half a million viewers each night.
Nine’s The Block did the goods with 805,000, while Seven’s SAS dipped to 584,000.
In the battle of the primary channel share, Nine won with 19.6 per cent, ABC came in a close second with 18.4 per cent, Seven did 16.5 per cent, 10 did 15.5 per cent, and SBS did 3.6 per cent.
Here’s how the rest of the night went.
News did 900,000, ACA did 778,000, and Hot Seat did 447,000.
News did 764,000, 7.30 did 713,000, Media Watch did 715,000, Australian Story did 572,000 and Q+A did 488,000.
News did 987,000, Home and Away did 547,000, and The Chase did 505,000.
The Project did 568,000, while Have You Been Paying Attention did 620,000
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