• The Block pushes above 900k again for Living/Dining Room Week
• Rory O’Donoghue tribute on Australian Story pulls a good crowd
Seven News 1,095,000/1,076,000
Nine News 959,000/990,000
ABC News 695,000
10 News First 343,000/255,000
SBS World News 183,000
Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 759,000
The Project 322,000/508,000
The Drum 187,000
Late night news
Nine News Late 202,000
The Latest 158,000
ABC Late News 146,000
Seven: Home and Away started its week on 564,000.
Another special night of America’s Got Talent entertainment with the Live Finals on 277,000 and then a Top 10 special on 187,000.
Nine: A Current Affair began the week on 759,000.
Just a day after enjoying the bouquets for delivery the best kitchens ever seen on The Block, the Blockheads have had to get straight back into it on Living/Dining Room Week with more controversy promised. The show was again back over 900,000 for the second consecutive night.
RBT then got a late slot with 396,000 watching.
10: The Project started its weekday run on 508,000.
A special on Donald Trump, special media and the Presidency got a primetime slot with 273,000 watching.
Despite the weaker lead-in, Have You Been Paying Attention? built the audience back to 599,000.
Drunk History then did 227,000.
ABC: Australian Story had one of its biggest audiences of the year – 752,000 – with an episode on Rory O’Donoghue who starred in The Aunty Jack Show.
The rest of the evening saw Four Corners on 578,000, Media Watch on 481,000 and then Q+A on 264,000, one of its smallest audiences of the year.
SBS: A repeat of How the Victorians Built Britain did 214,000 after 7.30pm.