Brownlow Medal dominates big Seven win on Monday

Brownlow Medal dominates big Seven win on Monday

The Brownlow Medal was a big winner for Seven last night, dominating all viewing.

The win by Brisbane Lions’ Lachie Neale drew 905,000 metro viewers -516,000 of whom were in Melbourne.

They were bigger numbers than 2022 when it screened on a Sunday to 841,000 and the best since 2017.

It also topped the demos and multichannels and delivered a huge share to Seven.

Meanwhile The Block was 628,000 then Australian Story high at 505,000, 7:30 (461,000) and The Masked Singer (459,000).

Later Have You Been Paying Attention? was 472,000 then Four Corners (390,000), Media Watch (382,000).

Seven Network easily won Monday with 41.2% then Nine 23.6%, 10 15.4%, ABC 14.8% and SBS 5.1%.

Seven News was #1 at 943,000 / 936,000 then The Chase (544,000 / 327,000). Home & Away was 378,000 due to some playout on multichannels. MKR screened in two cities to 190,000.

Nine News (792,000 / 763,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair was high at 763,000 then Hot Seat (404,000 / 260,000). Russell Brand: In Plain Sight screened to 188,000 without any fanfare.

The Project drew 298,000 / 190,000. 10 News First was 208,000 / 156,000. Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers managed 125,000.

ABC News pulled 591,000. Q+A (183,000) and The Drum (138,000) followed.

On SBS it was tough with SBS World News (127,000 / 92,000), Finding Your Roots (91,000), Britain’s Most Expensive Houses (53,000),  Mastermind (43,000), World’s Most Luxurious Holidays (35,000).

Sunrise: 204,000
Today: 175,000
News Breakfast: 83,000 / 50,000

In Total TV numbers last Monday were:
The Rookie: 491,000
The Block: 1.26m
MKR: 1.02m
Have You Been Paying Attention?: 965,000
The Masked Singer Reveal: 925,000
Media Watch: 740,000
Australian Story: 925,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 25 September 2023