The Block on Channel Nine once again dominated Monday night’s TV ratings.
The evening’s most watched entertainment programme was the remodelling show, which attracted 740,000 people throughout the five major cities.
Have You Been Paying Attention, In the Meantime? put on a strong showing for Channel 10, which typically struggles with ratings.
Tom Gleisner’s panel discussion with a news focus attracted 547,000 metro watchers.
Even though the new season of The Amazing Race, which is also on Channel 10, has just started, it already seems worn out.
The world-traveling adventure series, hosted by Beau Ryan, only attracted 386,000 viewers over the course of one night in the major cities.
After a sporadic start to the year, viewers of Home and Away on Seven came back to Summer Bay in large numbers.
On Monday, the long-running soap opera attracted 504,000 metro viewers, a significant increase following several weeks of scoring in the low- to mid-400,000s.
In other news, Farmer Wants a Wife’s new season on the network is proving that romance is still a thing in the reality series.
On Monday night, there were approximately 489,000 viewers in the big cities.
With Four Corners, the ABC attracted a large audience during prime time.
A current affairs show examination examining the risks of cost-cutting at Qantas attracted 605,000 metro viewers.
With a 27.7% viewer share, Nine narrowly prevailed for the evening as a whole, largely because of The Block’s strength.
Seven finished in second place with 26.4%.