Nine’s LEGO Masters wins the night in entertainment pulling in 761,000 viewers – proving the power of play and Hamish blake!
In news, news – Seven News hit 923,000 viewers while Nine News had 876,000 viewers.
Seven’s Border Security snagged the second entertainment spot with 630,000 viewers – perhaps we are all at the point where we are even nostalgic for baggage check-ins.
For 10, The Project snagged 334,000 viewers, as always the co-hosts all looked like fashion icons! 10 News First claimed 282,000 viewers and The Graham Norton Show grabbed 278,000 viewers.
For Seven, The Kingsmen won 283,000 viewers.
On Nine, 60 Minutes scored 577,000 viewers – there’s nothing like having that clock ticking sound stuck in your head.
ABC had a solid night with ABC News netting 640,000 viewers and Bluey earning 402,000 viewers. Total Control nabbed 343,000 viewers – proving the power of Debra Mailmen. Meanwhile, Insiders grabbed 261,000 viewers.
Out on top was the Nine Network with 32.9 per cent. Seven Network fell slightly behind with 26.7 per cent of the daily share. The ABC Network earned 16.6 per cent of the share, while the Ten Network dipped with 15.3 per cent of the share. While the SBS had 8.5 per cent.
Looking now to OzTAM’s total tv report for Monday, last week, the top-performing program was Seven News with a total audience of 1,337,000 viewers (metro: 844,000 regional: 465,000, BVOD: 25,000).
Interestingly, Nine News was knocked out of the second spot by Nine’s LEGO Masters with a total audience of 1,318,000 viewers. (metro: 804,000 regional: 323,000, BVOD: 99,000) – who knew people cared more about LEGO than the news?
Seven’s Adele One Night Only! with a total audience of 1,293,000 viewers (metro: 747,000 regional: 356,000, BVOD: 113,000) –
Next was the Nine News, with a total audience of 1,277,000 viewers (metro: 920,000 regional: 270,000, BVOD: 26,000).
ABC’S Total Control saw the biggest boost with 51 per cent, bringing it to a total audience of 804,000 (metro: 363,000, regional: 171,000, BVOD: 116,000)
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