For the second consecutive night the Nine Network won the overnight ratings by a margin of just 0.2%. Nine also had the top main channel as well as winning across the three east coast markets. Seven, however, won Adelaide and Perth while 10 was a winner as the top rated network in key advertiser-friendly demographic groups.
In the 25-54 age bracket, 10 recorded a network share of 29.6% with Seven on 27.3%, Nine 25.5%, ABC 11.7% and SBS with 5.9%.
In the 16-39 year-old group it was 10 with 34.8%, Seven 27.6%, Nine 21.0%, ABC 11.0% and SBS 5.6%.
The 7.30pm reality show results followed a similar pattern to Sunday with MasterChef on top in total people and key demos. The Voice then ranked second in total people while Big Brother was second with younger audiences.
Also in key demo’s 10’s line up saw Have You Been Paying Attention? rank second while The Project also made the top 5 in all groups. Kinne Tonight that followed averaged 322,000 in preliminary numbers and did best in 16-39 where it ranked 11th.
Over on Nine, The Voice ranked 6th in 25-54 and 9th in 16-39. Later, a Music From The Front repeat saw 333,000 tune in. Meanwhile, Seven’s 9-1-1 had 380,000 and 305,000 across two episodes.
ABC’s line up got off to a good start with ABC News and 7.30 up week-on-week. Back Roads and Four Corners that followed posted lower numbers than the previous Monday, however Q&A was up 50,000 week-on-week. SBS’s best result came from Secrets of Royal Travel that had an audience of 205,000.
Outside the top 20
|THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM||Seven||425,000|
|THE PROJECT 6.30PM||10||385,000|
|HOT SEAT -5PM||Nine||367,000|
|MUSIC FROM THE HOME FRONT -ENCORE||Nine||333,000|
|10 NEWS FIRST 6PM||10||274,000|
|SECRETS OF ROYAL TRAVEL||SBS||205,000|
News Breakfast 215,000
The Morning Show 148,000/90,000
Today Extra 107,000/71,000
Studio 10 52,000 / 57,000
Seven Morning News 139,000
Nine Morning News 88,000
Continue discussion at Monday 22 June 2020