Monday Week 23 2019
• The Voice: Talent quest still #1 with 2 more Blind Audition eps
• House Rules: Owners give Tim & Mat the edge, avoid 3-way tie
• MasterChef fall: After winning an early immunity, Tim exits
• Seven News 1,231,000/1,189,000
• Nine News 997,000/986,000
• A Current Affair 869,000
• ABC News 772,000
• 7.30 610,000
• The Project 365,000/534,000
• 10 News First 477,000
• The Drum 199,000
• SBS World News 143,000
• Sunrise 286,000
• Today 192,000
Home And Away began its new week on 744,000 after an average of 684,000 last week.
After starting its week on a season high of 805,000, House Rules drifted to 743,000 as home owners Shayn and Carly gave Tim and Mat the edge with a perfect 10 out of 10 for their secret hallway. Monday last week was 735,000.
9-1-1 followed with 401,000 after 433,000 last week.
Leila McKinnon was on duty at A Current Affair as the show closed in on a serial scammer. The Monday episode was on 869,000 after a week 22 average of 763,000.
The Voice was backing up after a season high of 1.105m on Sunday night to 1.008m for the third last Blind Audition episode. Self-trained singer Burcell Taka was one of the highlights last night.
The screening of Brits Icons: Elton John was well timed for the wave of celebration accompanying the biopic Rocketman and its soundtrack. The special did 410,000.
The footy shows didn’t go to air until around 10.30pm. 100% Footy did close to 50,000 and Footy Classified was on 113,000.
Peter Helliar with Chris Hemsworth was the highlight on The Project with a much stronger 534,000 watching after 7pm.
It was a tough night for Tim Bone on MasterChef. The talented cook won the first immunity pin this season, but it wasn’t available for him last night and a poor attempt at a difficult dessert saw him eliminated.
After starting its week on 621,000, the Monday episode was on 681,000 after 651,000 a week ago.
Have You Been Paying Attention? collected the biggest audience for the channel with 707,000 after 741,000 a week ago. Guests joining Ed, Sam and quizmaster Tom were Amanda Keller, Gen Fricker and Pete Helliar.
The second episode of Kinne Tonight had a tribute to Tim Tams with an audience of 276,000, down from its debut last week with 392,000.
Australian Story chronicled the fall and rise of Debbie Kilroy, from high security prisoner to a high profile lawyer. The episode did 584,000 after 592,000 last week.
Former ABC correspondents Trevor Watson and Max Uechtritz featured during the episode of Four Corners remembering the tragedy of Tiananmen Square 40 years ago.
Media Watch was 475,000.
Q&A featured Jimmy Barnes on the panel and he deserves a regular guest spot after his performance last night. The audience was on 382,000, close to last week’s 374,000.
More potential remedies were presented to the panel on Medicine Or Myth with 271,000 watching after 316,000 last week.