TV ratings August 3: Ninja Warrior champs deliver again for Nine

Ninja Warrior

• Farmer Wants a Wife dip from week 31 numbers

• Ninja Warrior champs deliver again for Nine, up week-on-week
• Farmer Wants a Wife and HYBPA? both dip from week 31 numbers

Seven News 1,287,000/1,235,000
Nine News 1,215,000/1,105,000
ABC News 857,000
A Current Affair 813,000
7.30 682,000
The Project 370,000/574,000
10 News 342,000/241,000
Sunrise 288,000
The Drum 236,000
Today 229,000
The Latest 196,000
SBS World News 191,000
Nine News Late 178,000

Monday TV

Seven: Home and Away launched the week with 650,000 after a week 31 average of 596,000.
Farmer Wants a Wife dished up more rural drama with 740,000 after 754,000 on Monday last week.
Week two of 9-1-1: Lonestar did 407,000 after launching with 453,000.

Nine: A Current Affair began its week on 813,000 after averaging 726,000 across last week.
Australian Ninja Warrior continues to deliver for Nine with 879,000, up on last week’s 848,000.
After a Bill Lawry cricket doco last week, Nine turned to Ian Chappell last night with 326,000 watching.

10: The Bachelor in Paradise lead-in hasn’t been greeted warmly by Have You Been Paying Attention? viewers on 10. After the reality show was on 532,000 last night, HYBPA? did 579,000, down marginally on last week’s previous low of 597,000. Paradise was up a little on last week.
Earlier in the night The Project 7pm did 574,000, after an average of 518,000.

ABC: The return of Australian Story featured Daryl Somers introducing the Nathan Cavaleri story with 660,000 watching.
Four Corners then looked at 5G with 628,000.
Media Watch was on 592,000 followed by Q+A with 344,000.

SBS: At 7.30pm the doco D-Day: The King who Fooled Hitler pulled the biggest audience with 257,000.

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