Monday Week 29 2019
• Australian Ninja Warrior on course for Nine in week two
• Boo – Anushka first eliminated in MasterChef finals Week
• How many watched London sports fest after 4am Monday?
• Seven News 1,159,000/1,075,000
• Nine News 952,000/961,000
• A Current Affair 836,000
• ABC News 716,000
• 7.30 633,000
• The Project 316,000/511,000
• 10 News First 411,000
• The Drum 193,000
• SBS World News 126,000
• Sunrise 273,000
• Today 204,000
Home And Away is still an important part of the Seven schedule. Seven’s Angus Ross told the Mediaweek podcast how important several weeks ago and he reinforced that to Andrew Mercado here last Friday. The daily drama started a new week on 711,000.
House Rules was next on 590,000 after a much stronger 732,000 on Sunday night.
Two episodes of S.W.A.T. then did 361,000 and 295,000.
Meanwhile the audience for what has been billed as one of the great tennis matches of all time, the Wimbledon men’s final had 191,000 watching after 2am early Monday morning until the match finished after 4am.
A Current Affair featured a special cold case crime investigation with 836,000 watching the start of a new week.
Australian Ninja Warrior then did 923,000 after 899,000 on Sunday night.
Murder, Lies & Alibis then followed on 340,000.
Nine has reported that the audience watching the Super Over at the end of the Cricket World Cup final had an audience of 154,000 as it was bowled after 4am Monday morning.
The Project started its weekday run with 511,000 as Triple J’s Tom Tilley was at the desk and Yael Stone was a guest.
Layer cake queen Anushka Zargaryan sadly has been eliminated from MasterChef Australia, the first to fall during finals week following an epic Aussie lamington challenge set by Ashley Palmer-Watts from Dinner By Heston. An audience of 667,000 farewelled one of the audience favourites from this season.
Sam and Ed were back on Have You Been Paying Attention? which was in the capable hands of guest host Chrissie Swan last night. Why isn’t she doing more television? Joining her as guest competitors last night were Celia, Pete and Denise. The audience was 703,000, ranking it the channel’s most-watched Monday show again.
Back Roads again found its way into the top 10 with 681,000.
Four Corners was on 565,000, Media Watch did 521,000 and then Q&A had 308,000 watching.
Chasing The Moon had an audience of 160,000.
Stage 10 of the Tour de France did 130,000.