House Rules winner announcement pulls in 1.8m

Seven’s House Rules topped the ratings last night with its final episode drawing 1.53m viewers across the five capital cities while the announcement of the winner drew an audience of 1.837m, preliminary overnight figures show.

The show produced in-house by the team behind My Kitchen Rules has seen ratings climb in its first season to close the gap on Nine’s longer established home renovation show The Block.

The Block at 7pm had 1.227m viewers last night, and was the fifth most popular program behind the two episodes of House Rules plus Nine News and Seven News.

Ten’s MasterChef at 7.30pm, which has a Wild West theme this week, was 20th for the night with 646,000 viewers.

Jonathan Holmes’ final episode of Media Watch on ABC1 had 796,000 viewers across the five city metro.

Seven won the night with a 25.1 per cent share of the audience followed by Nine which had 19.4 per cent and ABC1 with a 15.8 per cent share of the audience.

And Seven also dominated in the breakfast battle with 363,000 viewers over 316,000 for Nine’s Today and 227,000 for The Morning Show over 144,000 for Nine’s Mornings.

Monday’s top 15 shows:

  1. House Rules – Winner announced Seven 1.837m
  2. House Rules – Grand Final Seven 1.530m
  3. Nine News Nine 1.394m
  4. Seven News Seven 1.324m
  5. The Block Nine 1.227m
  6. A Current Affair Nine 1.147m
  7. Today Tonight Seven 1.120m
  8. ABC News ABC1 985,000
  9. Red Window Seven 901,000
  10. Home and Away Seven 850,000
  11. Four Corners ABC1 846,000
  12. 7.30 ABC1 838,000
  13. Australian Story ABC1 824,000
  14. Hot Seat Nine 817,000
  15. Media Watch ABC1 796,000

Monday’s share:

  • Seven 25.1%
  • Nine 19.4%
  • ABC1 15.8%
  • Ten 9.7%
  • SBS ONE 5.5%
  • 7TWO 4.5%
  • GO! 3.9%
  • 7mate 3.7%
  • ELEVEN 3.0%
  • Gem 2.4%
  • ONE 2.1%
  • ABC2 2.1%
  • ABC News 24 1.3%
  • ABC3 0.7%
  • SBS 2 0.7%
  • NITV 0.2%

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