Nine wins Monday, while Ten’s Masterchef still dominates

Nine won Monday’s ratings race with The Big Bang Theory, repeat episodes of Two and a Half Men and A Current Affair performing well in the main advertiser-friendly demographics. However, they failed to beat Ten’s Masterchef in overall viewers.  

In free-to-air TV channel share, Nine led with 25.6 per cent, followed by Seven with 22.9 per cent, while Ten was a close third with 22 per cent, according to preliminary overnight OzTam data in the main metro markets.

Among viewers 25-54s, Masterchef was number one, followed by four Nine programs – The Big Bang Theory, A Current Affair, Two and a Half Men at 7:30pm (repeat), and Two and a Half Men at 7pm (repeat).

Meanwhile among 16-39s and 18-49s, Masterchef led, followed by The Big Bang Theory, Good News Week and Two and a Half Men at 7:30pm in fourth place.

Monday’s most-watched shows:

  1. Masterchef Ten 1.864m
  2. Seven News Seven 1.704m
  3. Today Tonight Seven 1.681m
  4. Nine News Nine 1.417m
  5. A Current Affair Nine 1.404m
  6. Two and a Half Men – 7:00pm Nine 1.319m
  7. Two and a Half Men – 7:30pm Nine 1.291m
  8. The Big Bang Theory Nine 1.271m
  9. The Mentalist Nine 1.260m
  10. Home and Away Seven 1.037m
  11. ABC News ABC 1.023m
  12. Ten News Ten 1.020m
  13. Good News Week Ten 1.015m
  14. Desperate Housewives Seven 0.993
  15. The 7PM Project Ten 0.952

Monday’s channel share:

  • Nine: 25.6%
  • Seven: 22.9%
  • Ten: 22.0%
  • ABC1: 13.8%
  • SBS1: 5.8%
  • 7TWO 4.2%
  • GO!: 2.3%
  • ABC2: 1.4%
  • One: 1.2%
  • ABC3: 0.4%
  • SBS2: 0.3%

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