Monday TV Wrap: Parental Guidance Wins Entertainment, As Caitlyn Jenner Exits Big Brother VIP

Monday TV Wrap: Parental Guidance Wins Entertainment, As Caitlyn Jenner Exits Big Brother VIP
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The Nine Network’s Parental Guidance was top of the entertainment ratings last night with a cool 604,000 viewers.

The show has performed consistently well since launch, as last night’s ep saw a debate about how best to show children the consequences of their actions. Enlightening stuff!

In other entertainment news, Have You Been Paying Attention? again performed well with 582,000 viewers while Big Brother: VIP performed less well at 363,000.

Last night’s ep of BB:VIP saw Caitlyn Jenner voluntarily exit the show to return to her political ambition of becoming Governor of California. As we all know, reality TV and political legitimacy clearly go hand in hand.

Top of the ratings was Seven News with 919,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 908,000, followed by A Current Affair with 717,000 and ABC News with 46,000.

Also on the ABC was 7.30 with 533,000 viewers, Four Corners with 518,000 viewers, Media Watch with 499,000 and Australian Story with 459,000.

For Seven, The Chase had 478,000 viewers and Home and Away had 516,000.

Over on Nine, Hot Seat scored 400,000 and Tipping Point scored 292,000 viewers.

Finally, for 10, Celeb MasterChef had 477,000 viewers, The Project had 395,000 and 10 News First had 302,000.

The Nine Network won the night with 28.9 per cent of the daily share, followed by the Seven Network with 24.9 per cent and Network 10 with 20.4 per cent. The ABC TV Network had 18.4 per cent and the SBS Network had 7.5 per cent.

Looking now to OzTAM’s total TV report for Monday November 1st, on top was Seven News with 1,540,000 total viewers (metro: 937,000, regional: 571,000, and BVOD: 32,000), followed by Nine News with 1,236,000 total viewers (metro: 888,000, regional: 314,000, BVOD: 31,000).

In third was the launch of Parental Guidance, which grew by 33 per cent on overnight to reach a total audience of 1,161,000 (metro: 626,000, regional: 247,000, BVOD: 186,000).

The show with the highest lift on overnight was Love Island Australia at 115 per cent, bringing it to a total audience of 555,000 (metro: 182,000, regional: 76,000, BVOD: 235,000).




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