Seven takes overall win on Monday as Farmer reunion tops entertainment

Stan Grant’s final episode of Q+A on the ABC brought in 310,000 metro viewers on Monday night, landing the show in the Top 20 Programs, while Seven’s Farmer Wants A Wife reunion episode won entertainment.

The reunion episode aired to 649,000 metro viewers.

The Farmer Wants A Wife reunion won Monday entertainment

Overall, Seven News was the top rated program last night, with 1.01 million metro viewers, followed by Seven News at 6:30 with 970,000, Nine News at 6:30 with 835,000, then Nine News with 826,000. Nine’s A Current Affair had 709,000 metro viewers, while ABC News pulled in 600,000.

In entertainment, Seven’s The Chase Australia followed Farmer Wants A Wife with 569,000 metro viewers, then Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention with 563,000.

MasterChef Australia aired to 483,000 while Nine’s The Summit pulled in 386,000.

Seven Network won overall share on Monday night with 29.9%, followed by Nine with 24.7% and Ten with 19.5%. The ABC had 19.1%.

The top-rated primary channel was Seven with 22.2%, and 7Two was the top-rated multichannel with 3.1%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV Report for 15 May, Seven News continued as the #1 program with 1.661 million metro viewers, with a 3% uplift and 49,000 on national BVOD.

Seven’s 9-1-1 had the biggest uplift of 56%, with a Total TV audience of 432,000 and BVOD audience of 44,000.

Q+A had an 11% uplift, with a Total TV audience of 328,000, and 17,000 on BVOD.

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