Nine continued it Monday winning streak last night, now having won every Monday night of the 2020 survey. The network had wins along the east coast with Seven winning in Adelaide and Perth. ABC’s share was up this week after recording its lowest Monday of the survey the previous Monday. That saw Seven and 10 slip a point each.
Nine also won the key demos but it was 10 that ranked second with Seven a distant third. In 25-54 Nine had 31.0%, Ten 27.2%, Seven 22.1%, with ABC on 13.8% and SBS 5.8%. Nine’s main channel topped 25-54 while 10’s topped 16-39. 10 Peach was the top rated multichannel in the key demos.
In the younger 16-39 group it was Nine (31.6%) ahead of 10 (30.2%), Seven (20.6%), ABC (13.2%) and SBS (4.3%).
Nine’s LEGO Masters recorded its equal highest result of the season. While MasterChef was steady with the previous week, Have You Been Paying Attention? dropped 66,000 in preliminary numbers while Seven’s House Rules was down 56,000.
Seven was again helped by its news results with the 6pm news recording its second highest result for the year while The Chase posted a 2020 high at 5.30pm.
Most ABC shows were up with Four Corners lifting 200,000. Nine’s US drama Emergence fell out of contention with its second episode missing the top 20 with 344,000 in preliminary numbers down from it premiere episode’s 396,000 (adjusted down from preliminary 443,000).
Outside the top 20 were:
|21||Seven||THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM||445,000|
|22||10||THE PROJECT 6.30PM||413,000|
|23||Nine||HOT SEAT -5PM||359,000|
|26||10||10 NEWS FIRST 6PM||316,000|
|27||Seven||SEVEN NEWS AT 4.30||315,000|
|29||ABC||ABC LATE NEWS-LE||285,000|
|30||10||HOW TO STAY MARRIED ENCORE||282,000|
News Breakfast 242,000
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