TV Ratings September 7: The Block and Masked Singer continue 7:30 battle

• 10 has strong Monday night with Masked Singer and HYBPA? combo

• The Block and Masked Singer continue 7:30 battle
• 10 has strong Monday night with Masked Singer and HYBPA? combo
• Plate of Origin has lowest ratings since launch

Seven News 1,103,000/1,118,000
Nine News 1,034,000/1,006,000
ABC News 754,000
A Current Affair 729,000
7.30 658,000
The Project 344,000/565,000
10 News 369,000/250,000
Sunrise 250,000
Today 242,000
SBS World News 174,000
News Breakfast 134,000
The Drum 194,000
The Latest 131,000
Nine News Late Edition 246,000

Seven: Seven was third in primary share last night with a 15.8% primary share and second in network share with 24.7%. Plate of Origin posted its losest viewership since the show’s launch with 393,000 down from last Monday’s 510,000. Seven’s best performers for the night where Home and Away (577,000) and The Chase Australia (566,000).

Nine: The Block had an improved Monday night performance with 789,000 viewers which is up on last week’s 744,000 as the show was the most-watched show in the 7:30 pm slot. Nine won Monday night in both primary (19.1%) and network share (27.0%)

10: The Masked Singer narrowly missed out winning the 7:30 pm slot after being edged out by The Block. However, The Masked Singer reveal was the most-watched non-news segment of the night with 918,000 and won all key demos. Have You Been Paying Attention? followed with 764,000 as 10 had the #2 primary share of the night with 16.6% and the #3 network share with 22.5%.

ABC: ABC’s news and current affairs line up of 7:30 (658,000), Australian Story (600,000) and Media Watch (494,000) produced a 13.7% primary share and a 17.7% network share.

SBS: How The Victorians Built Britain was the top show for SBS last night with 203,000 as the public broadcast had a 4.2% primary share and a 8.1% network share.

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