The X Factor: Close to 1.5m
Seven’s The X Factor won Monday night’s ratings as the contestants went into ‘super boot camp’.
The singing show rated 1.469m, more than 240,000 viewers ahead of the second show for the night, Seven News on 1.225m, across the five city metro market according to preliminary ratings from OzTam.Airing at 7.30pm, The X Factor also won in the key advertising demographics of 18-49 and 25-54 but was third in the night behind Big Brother-Live Nominations and Monday’s Big Brother episode in 16-39.
In total viewers, Big Brother Live Nominations rated 1.013m in seventh spot, followed by the weekday show on 1.007m in eighth spot.
Underbelly Badness has dropped below 1m for the first time in its series.
The latest in Nine’s gangster series rated 990,000 and 10th for the evening. Airing at 8:30pm, it did better in the key advertising demographics, placing fourth in 16-39, third in 18-49 and second in 25-54.
Now in its fourth week, the show which is produced by Screentime, did 1.78m on its launch night, 1.233m on its second night, and 1.037m last week.
ABC1’s top show was ABC News on 1.138m while Ten’s highest sow was Ten news at Five on 783,000.
Ten’s second highest show Can of Worms, rated 600,000 in total viewers and 19th overall. It was a slight improvement on last week’s 582,000. The show did jump to sixth in 16-39, seventh in 18-49 and 12th in 25-54.
Ten’s 7.30 show Don’t Tell the Bride did 513,000 in total viewers.
Seven won the night on channel share with 22.4% ahead of Nine on 19.4%. The ABC’s Monday line-up of current affairs shows saw the network take 15.6% share while Ten took 10.4%. SBS1 was eighth in share on just 3.7%.
Monday’s Top 15 shows
1. The X Factor – Seven 1.469m
2. Seven News – Seven 1.225m
3. Nine News – Nine 1.220m
4. ABC News – ABC 1.138m
5. Today Tonight – Seven 1.131m
6. A Current Affair – Nine 1.046m
7. Big Brother – Live Nominations – Nine 1.013m
8. Big Brother – Nine 1.007m
9. Home and Away – Seven 0.996m
10. Underbelly: Badness – Nine 0.990m
11. Australian Story – ABC 0.857m
12. Four Corners – ABC 0.844m
13. Ten News – Ten 0.783m
14, 7:30 – ABC 0.773m
15. Media Watch – ABC 0.769m
Monday’s channel share
ABC News 24: 1.2%