Revenge is still a dish best served with My Kitchen Rules, as Seven easily took the night once again.
MKR, now winging its way around the country in a third round of domestic cook-offs, topped the evening with 1.81m viewers, followed by Revenge on 1.8m. Seven’s shows led the night with Seven News (1.31m), Today Tonight (1.16m), Home and Away (1.03m), and How I Met Your Mother (754,000) all winning their slots. Happy Endings was 377,000 and Sports Fever was 188,000.
The Big Bang Theory drew a solid crowd for its premiere episode (1.37m) followed by Nine News (1.1m), Big Bang repeats (1.06m / 897,000), ACA (1.03m), Alcatraz (932,000), and Person of Interest (603,000 / 486,000).
The Biggest Loser pulled 879,000 for TEN, its best numbers since its season launch, followed by TEN News (730,000), Bondi Rescue (600,000), NCIS: LA (489,000), The Project (462,000) and Hawaii Five-0 (433,000).
Best for ABC1 was ABC News (1.02m), then 7:30 (724,000), Q & A (666,000), Media Watch (626,000), Australian Story (621,000). Four Corners (552,000) also had a separate listing for Syria’s Torture Machine, its featured story, as 546,000 -not sure why….
SBS, which used to be so strong on Mondays, couldn’t rise above 188,000 for World News Australia. Mythbusters was 180,000.
Neighbours topped multichannels on 302,000. Excess Baggage is now at 96,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 41,000 / 25,000
The Morning Show: 187,000
The Circle: 53,000