Seven wins Monday night TV, Ten gets over 20% overall share

Seven’s The Chase Australia has won Monday night entertainment programming with 604,000 metro viewers, pushing the network to a win in overall share, while Ten has reached over 20% in overall share for the first time in two weeks.

Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention was second in entertainment with 596,000 metro viewers.

The Chase Australia won Monday night entertainment

Seven News retained the #1 spot, with 1,038,000 metro viewers, followed by Seven News at 6:30 with 980,000, Nine News 863,000, and Nine News at 6:30 with 845,000. A Current Affair had 671,000 metro viewers, while ABC News had 628,000.

In entertainment, Seven’s The 1% Club aired to 555,000 metro viewers, while Ten’s MasterChef Australia had 511,000. Nine’s The Summit aired to 421,000 metro viewers.

As mentioned, Seven Network won overall share with 26.8%, followed by Nine with 26.4%, Ten with 21.35, ABC with 17.9% and SBS with 7.5%.

The top rated primary channel was Seven with 20%, followed closely by Nine with 19.2%. Ten had 15.4% share.

7Two was the top rated multichannel with 2.9%, with 10 Peach just behind at 2.8%.

Seven News has remained #1 in the latest Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV Report for 22 May, with a Total TV audience of 1.620 million, a 3% uplift and 49,000 on BVOD.

Seven’s 9-1-1: Lone Star had the biggest uplift of 44%, with a Total TV audience of 374,000 and BVOD audience of 34,000.

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