Masterchef and Have You Been Paying Attention? win the demos on Monday night

As it heads towards its final weeks, Ten’s Masterchef Australia has continued to deliver for the network, bringing in 965,000 metro viewers on Monday night and easily winning its timeslot at 7:30pm.

The show was also the most-watched across all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s. It was followed by Have You Been Paying Attention? which delivered 762,000 and won the timeslot following Masterchef.

Nationally, Masterchef delivered 1.271m viewers and HYBPA? 1.021m. In the 7:30pm timeslot, Nine’s The Voice delivered 789,000 metro viewers and 1.082m nationally, while Seven’s Big Brother brought in 664,000 and 972,000.

On ABC, 7.30 was watched by 652,000 metro viewers, followed by Back Roads with 591,000. 487,000 tuned in for Four Corners and 479,000 for Media Watch.

The most-watched program for the night overall was still Seven News with 1.233m metro viewers and 1.923m nationally. Nine News drew 1.129m metro and 1.461m nationally. ABC News brought in 810,000 and 1.201m.

Despite Ten’s success in the demographics, Nine was still the most-watched channel overall with a 19.9% share. As a network, Nine secured 27.9%. Seven took second spot with 17.5% and 24.7% as a network, followed by Ten with 16.4% and 21.9% as a network. ABC held fourth with 13.6% and 17.5%. The most-watched multi-channel was 10 Bold with 3.5%.


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