The Block was once again on top for Monday as the ACT, NSW and SA celebrated Labour Day, and Queensland the Queen’s Birthday, with public holidays.
The ep had 995,000 viewers according to OzTAM’s metro data as the contestants revealed their living and dining rooms.
Along with The Block, Nine had Nine News with 988,000 viewers, A Current Affair with 809,000, and Hot Seat with 459,000.
Seven’s top performing show – and the highest viewed telly overall – was Seven News with a viewership of 1,015,000. Other highlights for Seven were SAS Australia with 597,000 viewers as three recruits abandoned the course, as well as Home and Away at 579,000 and The Chase at 531,000.
Over on 10, The Masked Singer Reveal performed best, followed by Have You Been Paying Attention? with 700,000 and 643,000 viewers respectively.
The reveal last night was Australia’s Got Talent winner Jack Vidgen (cosplaying as a giant kebab, of course). Judge Dannii Miogue – who also judged Vidgen on Australia’s Got Talent – walked off in embarassment at not recognising his voice. It’s ok Dannii, we’ve all been there. And he was dressed as a kebab, after all.
10’s night also had the rest of the Masked Singer episode score 575,000 viewers, while The Project had 482,000 and 10 News First had 345,000.
For the ABC, ABC News performed best with 720,000 viewers, followed by 7.30 with 655,000 viewers. Next was Four Corners with 608,000, then Media Watch with 560,000 and Australian Story with 516,000.
The Nine Network won the night overall with 30.9 per cent of the daily share, followed by the Seven Network with 24.0 per cent. It was a tighter race for third, with Network 10 scoring 19.6 per cent and the ABC TV Network with 18.0 per cent. Finally, the SBS Network had 7.5 per cent.
Looking now to OzTAM’s total TV report for Monday September 27, Seven News was on top with a total audience of 1,812,000 (metro: 1,137,000, regional: 634,000, BVOD: 39,000).
Next was Nine’s The Block, which had a combined audience of 1,475,000 (metro: 875,000, regional: 347,000, BVOD: 206,000), followed by Nine News with 1,402,000 total viewers (metro: 1,032,000, regional: 328,000, BVOD: 39,000).
The program with the highest lift on overnight was once again SAS Australia at 35 per cent, with a total audience of 1,162,000 (metro: 599,000, regional: 263,000, BVOD: 166,000).