Monday TV Wrap: Ninja Warrior Launches To 562,000 Eyeballs





Nine’s A Current Affair scored 723,000 viewers – honestly, I feel like Grimshaw could find Melissa Caddick. 

Seven News hit 924,000 viewers while Nine News earned 882,000 viewers.

As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, Seven’s The Chase brought in 541,000 viewers, Meanwhile, Home And Away nabbed 436,000 viewers – Is everyone appreciating this soap more now we’ve lost Neighbours?  Big Brother pulled in 304,000 viewers. 

For Nine, Hot Seat grabbed 436,000 viewers and Australian Ninja Warrior launched to 562,000 viewers for context last year it launched to just under 800,000 eyeballs – between watching trivia and athleticism I’ve never felt more incompetent. 

For 10, The Project pulled in 440,000 viewers. MasterChef brought in 579,000 viewers! Have You Been Paying Attention? grabbed 569,000 viewers – this really is such a good Tuesday line-up. 

Finally, ABC had a strong news night ABC News, netting 635,000 viewers and 7.30 earned 595,000 viewers. 

Meanwhile, Australia Story grabbed 512,00 viewers – pretty harrowing viewing.  Media Watch pulled in 377.000 viewers. Four Corners grabbed 405,000 viewers. 

Out on top was the Nine Network with 29.4 per cent. Seven Network was just behind with 23.2 per cent of the daily share. Followed by the 10 Network with 22.4 per cent. 

Followed by ABC Network with 17.3 per cent of the share, while the SBS had 7.6 per cent

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