The ABC’s Media Watch was (inexplicably) the fifth most watched show of Monday night, posting an impressive 812,000 last night according to OzTAM metro numbers.
The revamped Q&A also enjoyed a halo effect, it did 566,000 last night.
In the battle of the reality shows, MAFS had 1.027 million, Survivor did 647,000 and MKR posted 489,000.
Nine won the night with 28.7 audience share. Seven did 24.6 per cent, the ABC had 22.1 per cent, 10 pulled 18.7 per cent and SBS managed 5.9 per cent.
Seven’s 6pm news (924,000) beat Nine’s 835,000. Sunrise (263,000) had Today (193,000) for breakfast.
Other standouts for the ABC included Four Corners (784,000), its 7pm news (729,000) and Australian Story (723,000).
Over at Seven, Home And Away had 583,000 and The Chase did 518,000.
10’s The Project had 466,000, 10 News First pulled 363,000 and Hughesy, We Have A Problem did 275,000.
SBS’ best was its World News with 176,000.
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