Reality shows The Block Glasshouse and Big Brother deliver results for Nine

the block glasshouseNine’s double-dose of reality continues to do well for the channel, helping it win the night with a 23 per cent share off the back of The Block: Glasshouse, Big Brother and its news hour according to OzTam metro overnight ratings.

big brother logoThe Block: Glasshouse at 7.30pm continues to dominate with a metro audience of 1.507m, while Big Brother bounced back from its poor Sunday night audience of  645,000 to 817,000 for a 90-minute show in the earlier 8.40pm timeslot, but still down on its Monday night launch of 1.067m.

An extra 103,000 watched Big Brother’s launch episode during the week taking its total audience to 1.141m. The Block Glasshouse was the most watched show across all demographics, while Big Brother was the second-most popular across people aged 16-39 and 18-49.

The X Factor Live Results show at 7.30pm was the second-most watched show across people aged 25-54 after grabbing a metro audience of 1.142m, helping Seven to an audience share of 21.2 per cent.

Following that at 8.40pm The Amazing Race Australia v New Zealand continues to remain relatively steady as it builds for its finale next week, delivering the channel an audience of 656,000, up slightly on its audience of 634,000 from last week. Last weeks episode of the reality show was watched by an extra 114,000, taking its total audience to 711,000.

Home and Away drew an audience of 991,000 off the back of promotions suggesting a major character was going to be killed off.

Over on Ten, which had an audience share of 10.9 per cent, Family Feud, which simulcasts across Ten, Eleven and One, was the most watched show with an audience of 695,000.

The Project at 7PM was watched by 688,000.

The ABC beat Ten with an audience share of 14.1 per cent, with Australian Story its most watched programme with an audience of 869,000. 7.30 was watched by 769,000, Four Corners by 682,000 and Media Watch had an audience of 623,000.

In the news battleground, Seven News was the winner, delivering a 6pm audience of 1.156m before dropping of to 1.099m at 6:30pm. Nine News was just behind at 6pm, drawing an audience of 1.142m before dropping to 1.093m at 6:30pm.

The top 15 shows:

  1. The Block Glasshouse Nine 1.507m
  2. Seven News Seven 1.156m
  3. Nine News Nine 1.142m
  4. The X Factor Live Results Seven 1.142m
  5. Seven News/Today Tonight Seven 1.099m
  6. Nine News 6:30 Nine 1.093m
  7. A Current Affair Nine 1.008m
  8. Home and Away Seven 991,000
  9. Australian Story ABC1 869,000
  10. ABC News ABC1 822,000
  11. Big Brother Nine 817,000
  12. 7.30 ABC1 769,000
  13. Family Feud Ten 695,000
  14. The Project 7PM Ten 688,000
  15. Four Corners ABC1 682,000

Monday night’s share:

  • Nine 23%
  • Seven 21.2%
  • ABC1 14.1%
  • TEN 10.9%
  • ABC2 4.1%
  • 7TWO 5.5%
  • GO! 4.6%
  • 7mate 4.1%
  • SBS ONE 3.2%
  • ELEVEN 2.7%
  • ONE 2.6%
  • Gem 2.1%
  • ABC News 24 0.8%
  • ABC3 0.6%
  • SBS 2 0.5%
  • NITV 0.1%

Data OzTAM Pty Limited 2013. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of OzTAM.


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