Monday Ratings | THE VOICE AUSTRALIA does the job for Seven


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Seven and Nine remain locked in battle, with the ABC sliding into third place ahead of 10 again.

Seven sticking with Home & Away (474,000) which is dropping nearly half a million viewers out of the news and stays in a reliable second place in the slot. Meanwhile The Voice Australia (701,000) is continuing its winning run and appears it will remain untouchable this season. Code 1: Minute by Minute (269,000) and Nurses (134,000) fill out the later and late night.
Seven first in both primary (22.3%) and network (30%) rankings.

A Current Affair (650,000) leads Nine’s night with a timeslot win (and their best for the night), followed by Lego Masters Australia (615,000) which is doing solid numbers though struggling to compete with its singing competitor. David Attenborough’s The Mating Game (234,000) adds some colour to the later night, then we split the schedule based on football affiliation: Footy Classified (92,000 BNE/SYD) or 100% Footy (46,000 MEL/ADL/PER).
Nine second in both primary (19.3%) and network (26.9%) rankings.

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A strong line-up of current affairs lifted the ABC, with 7:30 (521,000)
and Australian Story (504,000) offering some strong competition in primetime, sliding in third. Four Corners (473,000) and Media Watch (470,000) lifted on last week’s figures, and then filling out the later night China Tonight (189,000) and a repeat of Q+A (46,000).
ABC third in both primary (13.7%) and network (17.8%) rankings.

The Project (,000 6:30pm; 403,000 7pm) lifts as it starts the weekday run, even bigger than last week. MasterChef Australia (466,000) still struggling along in a distant fourth, and the evening doesn’t improve with a new and two repeat eps of FBI: Most Wanted (221,000; 138,000; 86,000).
10 fourth in both primary (11.4%) and network (17.5%) rankings.

Monday on SBS offered Britain By Beach (133,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (117,000), and Planet Expedition (No data available).
SBS fifth in both primary (4.5%) and network (7.9%) rankings.


16-39: Lego Masters Australia (145,000) beat out Nine News 6:30pm/6pm, MasterChef Australia, and Seven News 6pm.

18-49: Lego Masters Australia (262,000) lands a win from Seven News 6pm, Nine News 6:30pm/6pm, and Seven News 6:30pm.

25-54: Lego Masters Australia (294,000) brings home another triple demo win, followed by Seven News 6pm, Nine News 6:30pm/6pm, and Seven News 6:30pm.


Bluey – ev (122,000) brings home another multi-channel win for ABC Kids/TV Plus.


Sunrise (256,000)
ABC Breakfast (189,000 (125,000 ABC; 64,000 ABC News))
The Today Show (174,000)


No changes to the previous week’s primetime line-up after the Total TV figures were added: The Voice Australia (Seven) lifted 25% to 1,456,000; Lego Masters Australia (Nine) lifted 32% to 1,112,000; and MasterChef Australia (10) lifted 30% to 738,000.

The BVOD best were The Voice Australia (177,000), Lego Masters Australia (139,000), and Home and Away (123,000).

Here’s the five shows that lifted the most from their overnight figures:

ProgramNetworkTotal TV% lift
Lego Masters AustraliaNine1,112,00032
MasterChef Australia10738,00030
FBI: Most Wanted10360,00028
The Voice AustraliaSeven1,456,00025
Media WatchABC704,00021

Primary Channels, Multi-Channels, Shares, Subscription TV, Key Demos, Brekky Battle: All figures Total People, Five City Metro (5CM); overnights only.

Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV: All figures Total People, Consolidated 7 day Five City Metro (5CM) + Regional (Reg) + BVOD (Broadcast Video on Demand); % lift compared to overnight figures.

Top 20 Overnight Metro

Top 20 Multi-Channel Shows

Overnight Network Share

Top 20 Foxtel Shows

Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV Program Rankings

Data © OzTAM Pty Limited 2022. The data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of OzTAM.

Note: Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Programs with the same name on one or more primary or multichannel, are aggregated into one network figure.

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  1. The Project actually aired a segment Monday night that got me thoroughly engaged. It was the lead piece at 7:00pm and made for excellent TV.
    It was concerning the vexed problem of kids (and adults) and their phones.
    The guest they had on was great. He provoked a spontaneous, intelligent and lively discussion amongst all which was so refreshing to see on this program.
    I am one to denigrate and rubbish The Project for its apparent adoption of the American style of needing to laugh wildly after even the most inane comment and robotic presentation where some on the desk simply appear to fulfilling their contracts and marking time.
    I still watch, waiting and hoping for something like what happened here.
    I was rewarded. This was totally great. Well done all.
    Please, please do more of this type of material in the same way.


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