Monday Ratings | THE BLOCK clearly winning at 7:30 p.m.
DID YOU PAY ATTENTION? getting caught as a victim in the 7:30 p.m. battle.
The nine o’clock Monday always starts well when A topical matter (801,000) is over 800k, and it always helps The block (876,000) offer strong winning numbers. Under investigation (412,000) ended his season with OK numbers the following night. Then the calendar is divided again according to the code to be delivered 100% Football (70,000) or Freed to kill again (125,000).
Nine seconds in the primary (21.7%) and network (28.7%) rankings.
At home and away (631,000) still above 600,000 is a steal, holding second place for Seven on their 6pm news product. SAS Australia (599,000) hovering in the low 500/600 is acceptable but not competitive, and a repeat of FILM: Terminator: Dark Fate (234,000) helps harvest eyeballs later and late at night.
Seven first in the primary (18.6%) and network (25.3%) rankings.
The project (333,000 6.30pm; 532,000 7pm) rises to 10 at almost acceptable levels, but the concern will be for The masked singer Australia (658,000 on average (597,000 shows; 719,000 revelations)) which seems to be everywhere, slipping into second with only a week to go. One of the top two 10 weekly spots Did you pay attention? (684,000) also ends up being punished due to the less-than-stellar introduction. Comedy fills the rest of the night, with Just for uncut laughs (213,000), a repeat of Just for Laughs (114,000), and Becky Lucas: Live at the Enmore Cafe (77,000).
10th in the primary (14.8%) and network (21.2%) rankings.
The 7:30 (649,000) /Australian history (602,000) the double Monday ABC can be hit and miss, and tonight was more hit and miss and slipped to third place. The ownership situation of Australian football clubs revealed on Four corners (431,000) did reasonably well, but down from last week, as did Media watch (419,000). China tonight (211,000) and a repeat of Road to now (111,000) fill the evening.
ABC fourth in the primary (12.5%) and network (17.1%) rankings.
Monday on SBS runs the script: JFK’s assassination: ten mistakes (157,000), Secret Scotland (182,000), and 24 hours in emergency (130,000).
SBS fifth in the primary (4.4%) and network (7.6%) rankings.
16-39: Did you pay attention? (232,000) won, leading The Block, The Masked Singer Australia Unveils / Show and Seven News at 6pm.
18-49: The Block (393,000) beat Did you pay attention ?, The Masked Singer Australia reveals, Seven News at 6 p.m. and Nine News at 6:30 p.m.
25-54: The Block (435,000) triumphing over Have You Been Paying Attention ?, Nine News 6.30pm / 6pm, and The unveiling of Masked Singer Australia.
Bluey – Ep3 EV (142,000) on ABC Kids / TV Plus took the multi-channel victory by the smallest of margins.
Today’s show (248,000)
ABC Breakfast (210,000 (134,000 ABC; 76,000 ABC News))
CONSOLIDATED DAILY 7 TOTAL TV
No change to the order of 7:30 p.m. once with Total TV figures. The block (new) increased 24% to 1,406,000; SAS Australia (Seven) increased 32% to 1,236,000; and The Masked Singer Australia show / reveal (10) increased 17/10% respectively to 914,000 / 1,081,000.
The best BVOD performances were SAS Australia (192,000), The Block (191,000) and Home and Away (138,000).
Here are the five shows that increased their numbers the most overnight:
|Program||Network||Total TV||% elevator|
|Did you pay attention?||ten||1,195,000||19|
Main Channels, Key Demos, Multi-Channel, Brekky Battle: All Figures Total People, Five City Metro (5CM); overnight stays only.
Consolidated daily 7 Total TV: All figures Total People, consolidated 7 days Five City Metro (5CM) + Regional (Reg) + BVOD (Broadcast Video on Demand); % increase over figures overnight.
Top 20 night metro
Top 20 multichannel shows
Night network sharing
Top 20 Foxtel shows
Total ranking of the 7 daily consolidated television programs
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To note: Program performance and rating information is subject to change when not based on final program logs. Programs with the same name on one or more main or multi-channel channels are aggregated into a single network figure.