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Monday Ratings | A repeat of THE 1% CLUB AUSTRALIA helps Seven to the network win

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Nine pulls in the primary channel win to boot. Channel 10…well, they are in all sorts of bother.

Channel 9

A Current Affair (635,000) led Nine’s night as its strongest, followed by a night of mixed results that started with a consistent week-on-week ep of David Attenborough’s Planet Earth III (385,000) and continued through ACS: The Investigators (298,000), Social Media Murders: Alice Ruggles (181,000), and Resident Alien (61,000).

Nine first in primary (19.9%) and second in network (28.5%) rankings.

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Channel 7

A repeat of Border Security (428,000) led Seven’s night which peaked with a repeat of The 1% Club Australia (543,000) that landed the primetime slot win. The night then sank into a double ep of Big Brother Australia (135,000; 96,000) that didn’t retain much of that great lead-in.

Seven second in primary (19.2%) and first in network (29.6%) rankings.


7:30 (505,000) opened the ABC’s Monday before Australian Story (467,000) and Media Watch (458,000) wrapped their 2023 seasons. Repeats of Freddie Mercury: The Final Act (302,000), You Can’t Ask That (138,000), and Yakka: Australia At Work (36,000) filled the rest of the night.

ABC third in both primary (15.5%) and network (20.3%) rankings.

Channel 10

The Project (169,000 6:30pm; 211,000 7pm) sank on a night it usually sings for 10, as The Bachelors Australia (170,000) sank out of the top 20; not a great second episode number! The Secrets She Keeps (74,000) continued to struggle to draw an FTA audience, before a double repeat of FBI: Most Wanted (68,000; 63,000) finished things up.

10 fourth in both primary (7%) and network (14%) rankings.

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SBS delivered Close Encounters with Levison Wood (51,000), followed by repeats of Riveted: The History of Jeans (87,000), and Christmas at the Tower of London (43,000).

SBS fifth in both primary (3%) and network (7.6%) rankings.


16-39: Nine News 6:30pm (93,000) beat Nine News 6pm, Seven News 6pm, A Current Affair, and Seven News 6:30pm.

18-49: Nine News 6:30pm (153,000) led Seven News 6pm, Nine News 6pm, Seven News 6:30pm, and A Current Affair.

25-54: Nine News 6:30pm (202,000) delivered the triple-demo win, followed by Nine News 6pm, Seven News 6pm/6:30pm, and A Current Affair.


Endeavour – PM (116,000) on 7TWO led the multi-channel race.


ServiceTimeO’nights (cume/avg)Note
ABC News7pm-7:30pm547,000
SBS World News6:30pm-7:30pm95,000105,000 6:30pm
84,000 7pm
Seven News6pm-7pm823,000836,000 6pm
810,000 6:30pm
Nine News6pm-7pm713,000696,000 6pm
730,000 6:30pm
10 News First5pm-6:30pm175,000 5pm
136,000 6pm

SBS World News averaged ((6:30pm+7pm)/2) to obtain total program figure.
Seven News/Nine News figures averaged ((6pm+6:30pm)/2) to obtain total program figure.


Sunrise 217,000
The Today Show 203,000
ABC Breakfast 136,000 (79,000 ABC; 57,000 ABC News)


One change to the previous week’s primetime line-up after the Total TV figures were added: The 1% Club Australia (Seven) lifted 13% to 991,000; Dessert Masters (10) lifted 22% to 764,000; and David Attenborough’s Planet Earth III (Nine) lifted 13% to 603,000.

The BVOD best were Love Island Australia (286,000) and Home and Away (142,000).

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

ProgramNetworkTotal TV% lift
Love Island AustraliaNine366,000618
Big Brother AustraliaSeven404,00051
Home and AwaySeven972,00026
Media WatchABC570,00024
Dessert Masters10764,00022

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 2024. 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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