TV Ratings Monday August 31: The Masked Singer reveal is top non-news

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• Plate of Origin slides down to 510,000 for its second episode

• The Masked Singer reveal is top non-news as performances get 729,000
• Plate of Origin slides down to
510,000 for its second episode

Seven News 1,206,000/1,118,000
Nine News 1,034,000/1,022,000
ABC News 791,000
A Current Affair 781,000
7.30 655,000
The Project 367,000/536,000
10 News 433,000/248,000
Sunrise 250,000
Today 223,000
SBS World News 177,000
News Breakfast 137,000
The Drum 189,000
The Latest 108,000
Nine News Late Edition 265,000

Seven: Seven came second for the night in both primary share (17.3% ) and network share (25.0%) after Plate of Origin posted 510,000 viewers down from the 667,000 it posted during its launch on Sunday night. The numbers for Seven’s new reality TV cooking show is starting to resemble those of the network’s other cooking franchise My Kitchen Rules which aired earlier in the year. The other top performers for seven where The Chase Australia (649,000) and Home and Away (617,000).

Nine: The Block has continued its sub 800k marks for its weekday episodes, a trend that began last week in the first week of the shows 16th season. However, it is still the top performer over the entirety of the 7:30 pm slot as Nine won Monday night with an 18.2% primary share and 27.1% network share.

10: 10 had a strong Monday night performance with a15.7% primary share and a 21.7% network share. This was in large part to the combo of The Masked Singer Australia and Have You Been Paying Attention? which both performed well in the 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm time slots. 10’s singing show continues to remain extremely competitive with The Block after posting 729,000 for its performances which was an increase on last Monday’s 692,000. The big bump was in the reveal which was the #1 non-news piece of TV last night with 938,000 – an increase on last week’s 786,000. The show also won all key demos. Have You Been Paying Attention? followed with 766,000.

ABC: Australian Story (656,000) and 7:30 (655,00) were the best performers for ABC producing a 13.6% primary share and a 17.7% network share.

SBS: The top performer for SBS was How the Victorian Built Britain with 206,000 as the channel had a 5.6% primary share and 8.5% network share.

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