1.462m metro viewers tune in to see Lego Masters’ winner announced

Nine’s second season of Lego Masters has drawn to a close with 1.462m metro viewers tuning in to see the winner announced on Monday night. Nationally, 1.928m viewers watched the final moments, making it the second most-watched national program for the night behind Seven News.

1.219m metro viewers watched the episode leading up to the announcement, a very slight drop from 2019 when 1.249m viewers tuned in. 2019 saw 1.493m metro viewers watch the winner’s announcement.

Hamish Blake and Lego Masters had a great second season

Nationally, 1.598m viewers watched the final episode of the program and both it and the winner’s announcement topped all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s.

Seven News just beat Lego Masters for most-watched nationally, drawing 1.985m viewers, but slipped behind the show in metro viewers with 1.248m tuning in. Nine News brought in 1.110m metro viewers and 1.450m nationally.

Against Lego Masters, Masterchef drew 898,000 metro viewers on Ten and 1.160m nationally. House Rules on Seven brought in 565,000 metro viewers and 934,000 nationally.

Masterchef also slipped into the top five in the key advertising demographics, sitting in fourth place behind Have You Been Paying Attention? Ten’s news-focused comedy panel show, which is currently practising social distancing with all contestants taking part from home, delivered 881,000 metro viewers and 1.151m nationally.

On ABC, ABC News delivered 839,000 metro viewers, Australian Story 791,000 and 7.30 699,000. Four Corners brought in 599,000 metro viewers.

Nine won the night overall with a 22.5% primary channel audience share and 29.4% as a network. Seven held 16.6% and 24.2% as a network, and Ten 16.2% and 21.9%. ABC held a channel audience share of 14.0% and a network share of 17.8%. The most-watched multi-channel was 10 Bold with 3.7%.


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