But yesterday it was painfully stark with Sunrise scoring a whopping 390,000 viewers to Today‘s 291,000. ABC News Breakfast averaged 115,000 across two channels.
The switch from Melissa Doyle to Samantha Armytage certainly hasn’t dented Seven’s breakfast show, if anything it has bolstered its numbers. It’s even scored figures of over 400,000 of late. Last week Sunrise averaged 369,000 to Today‘s 316,000.
Meanwhile in primetime Seven also won the night, while ABC had its bests Monday numbers this year.
Seven network was 29.3% then Nine 26.7%, ABC 22.1%, TEN 17.1% and SBS 4.8%.
The X Factor was 1.32m for Seven then Seven News (1.26m), Today Tonight (1.04m), Home and Away (970,000). Mr Selfridge (713,000 / 513,000) and Deal or No Deal (500,000). Talking Footy was 150,000 in three cities. 30 Rock was 79,000.
Nine News was #1 for the night at 1.36m. Next for Nine was A Current Affair (1.11m), Big Brother (851,000), The Amazing 80s (702,000), Hot Seat (694,000) and Two and a Half Men (350,000). Footy Classified was 350,000 in three cities.
7:30 (1.03m) was best for ABC1 and ABC News (1.01m) won its timeslot. Australian Story was 999,000, Four Corners (793,000), Media Watch (751,000) and Q & A (706,000).
The Project was a rare network best for TEN at 644,000 viewers. It was followed by The Bachelor (622,000), TEN News (587,000), Wanted (454,000). The Simpsons was 320,000.
On SBS ONE it was Test Your Brain (235,000), Housos (208,000), World News Australia (204,000) and Beat the Ancestors (183,000).
Neighbours was best on multichannels at 304,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 9 September 2013