Can Of Worms lifts slightly for Ten
The Ten network’s panel show Can Of Worms lifted its audience by just over 40,000 last night but still failed to breach the 400,000 mark after its disappointing debut of 351,000 metro viewers last week.
The Chrissie Swan hosted program posted 392,000 five capital city viewers according to preliminary OzTAM ratings.
But once again it was My Kitchen Rules which dominated the night with 2.1m viewers tuned in to the Seven heavyweight.
The network’s following drama Revenge had almost 1.3 million watching, and was the most popular general entertainment show of the night and fourth most popular of the night.
The Block: All Stars on Nine recovered after it slipped below 900,000 last week to score 1.080 million viewers, while Ten’s MasterChef: The Professionals wallowed at 528,000 viewers – well below its series average of almost 900,000.
The Can Of Worms performance was again below Ten’s afternoon soap The Bold And The Beautiful which had 490,000 fans tuned in.
ABC1 recorded another strong Monday performance to push Ten into fourth again, while Seven easily won the night.
In Nine’s preferred demographic of 25-54, the network had five shows in the top ten, with Big Bang Theory performing most strongly. In Ten’s preferred demos , Masterchef was the network’s top performer, 12th in 16-39 and 13th in 18-49.
Monday’s top 15 shows
1. My Kitchen Rules Seven – 2.118m
2. Nine News Nine – 1.342m
3. Seven News Seven – 1.304m
4. Revenge Seven – 1.295m
5. The Big Bang Theory – Episode 1 Nine – 1.140m
6. Today Tonight Seven – 1.102m
7. The Block: All Stars Nine – 1.080m
8. A Current Affair Nine – 1.067m
9. ABC News ABC – 1.028m
10. Home and Away Seven – 0.977m
11. The Big Bang Theory – Episode 2 Nine – 0.952m
12. Australian Story ABC – 0.809m
13. Ten News Ten – 0.803m
14. Four Corners ABC – 0.753m
15. 7:30 ABC – 0.737m
Monday’s channel share
- Seven: 27.8%
- Nine: 21.4%
- ABC1: 15.0%
- Ten: 9.2%
- 7TWO: 3.8%
- 7mate: 3.2%
- GO!: 3.2%
- Eleven: 3.0%
- SBS1: 2.9%
- ABC2: 2.9%
- Gem: 2.7%
- One: 2.1%
- ABC News 24: 1%
- ABC3: 0.7%
- SBS2: 0.7%
- NITV: 0.1%