Lego Masters hits new season high as 1.238m metro viewers tune in on Monday night

Nine’s Lego Masters has gone from strength to strength in its second season, hitting a new season high on Monday night as 1.238m metro viewers tuned in for its penultimate episode. Nationally, the show reached 1.593m viewers and it topped all three of the key advertising demographics – 16 to 39s, 18 to 49s and 25 to 54s.

Ten put in a good fight, with 870,000 metro viewers and 1.127m nationally tuning in for Masterchef Australia, followed by 868,000 metro viewers and 1.142m nationally for Have You Been Paying Attention?

Lego Masters is going from strength to strength for Nine

HYBPA? also took second place in all three of the key advertising demographics, followed by Masterchef Australia in third position.

On Seven, 568,000 metro viewers tuned in for House Rules, followed by 344,000 for 911. On Nine, Emergence followed Lego Masters, also drawing 344,000 metro viewers.

Seven still had the most-watched program overall for the night in Seven News which brought in 1.337m metro viewers and 2.088m nationally, just skipping ahead of Lego Masters.

ABC’s 7.30 had 777,000 metro viewers, followed by 670,000 for Australian Story and 706,000 for Four Corners.

Overall, the night went to Nine with a 21.0% audience share for its primary channel and 27.9% as a network. Seven held 17.3% and 25.2% as a network, followed by Ten with 16.1% and 21.0% as a network. ABC secured 15.6% and 19.2%. The most-watched multi-channel was 7Two with 3.5%.


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