House Rules most watched show, but Nine manages largest audience share

house rulesSeven’s House Rules was the most watched program for Monday night, attracting a total metro audience of 1.473m, beating Nine’s The Voice which had a metro audience of 1.344m.

While House Rules was the favourite show across all demographics it wasn’t the unanimous favourite across the capital cities.

In Sydney, The Voice beat the renovation show with an audience of 412,000 compared to 370,000. It was the same story in Melbourne (House Rules: 404,000; The Voice: 438,000) and Adelaide (House Rules: 151,000; The Voice: 172,000). In Brisbane and Perth House Rules was the preferred choice, with it having a Brisbane audience of 310,000 compared to The Voice’s 207,000 and in Perth House Rules was watched by 237,000 compared to The Voice’s 115,000.

What Really Happens In Bali, airing at 8.45pm after House Rules on Seven, managed to attract a total metro audience of 781,000, beating Nine’s encore viewing of House Husbands which was watched by 538,000.Nine News was the second most watched show, and the highest ratings news program, with a metro audience of 1.369m, compares to Seven News’ audience of 1.335m, helping Nine to a winning audience share of 24.3 per cent.

Ten’s Masterchef didn’t break the 1m viewer mark, with a total metro audience of 913,000. It was Ten’s most watched program, with the network’s audience share sitting at 11.2 per cent, beaten by ABC1’s share of 13.2 per cent and Seven’s share of 21.3 per cent.

On ABC1, the news half hour at 7pm attracted a metro audience of 863,000 metro viewers, with audiences dropping away for 7.30 which managed 758,000. Australian Story had a metro audience of 773,000 and Media Watch was viewed by 628,000.

In the breakfast timeslot, Sunrise was the winner with a metro audience of 336,000 while Today lagged behind with a metro audience of 287,000.

Monday’s top 15:

  1. House Rules Seven 1.473m
  2. Nine News Nine 1.369m
  3. The Voice Nine 1.344m
  4. Seven News Seven 1.335m
  5. Nine News 6:30 Nine 1.315m
  6. A Current Affair Nine 1.284m
  7. Seven News/Today Tonight Seven 1.206m
  8. Home and Away Seven 1.013m
  9. Masterchef Australia Ten 913,000
  10. ABC News ABC1 836,000
  11. What Really Happens In Bali Seven 781,000
  12. Australian Story ABC1 733,000
  13. 7.30 ABC1 758,000
  14. Hot Seat Nine 748,000
  15. The Project 7PM Ten 699,000

Monday’s share:

  • Nine 24.3%
  • Seven 21.3%
  • ABC1 13.2%
  • TEN 11.2%
  • GO! 4.6%
  •  7TWO 4.5%
  •  7mate 4.0%
  • SBS ONE 3.8%
  • ELEVEN 2.9%
  • ABC2 2.6%
  • Gem 2.6%
  • ONE 2.4%
  • ABC News 24 1.0%
  • ABC3 0.9%
  • SBS 2 0.8%
  • NITV 0.1%

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