News Breakfast Beats Sunrise, Viewers Drift From Primetime Reality.

The election wash-up remains big business for ABC.

News Breakfast has won a rare victory sunrise yesterday he won his slot with 138,000 / 85,000 viewers – a total of 223,000.

That pushed it forward sunrise at 221,000 for the second time in its history, with Today in third place with 192,000.

But the good news for ABC didn’t end there, with many viewers shunning new Primetime Reality TV offerings.

7:30 am also led its lock on a large 723,000 metro viewers for Australian story (630,000), MasterChef Australia (523,000), Famous Pupil (367,000) and Big Brother (343,000) – the latter, however, is doing good business with younger viewers in BVOD.

Did you pay attention? was the best entertainment card and then led the demos at 645,000 watching media (528,000), Four corners and (526,000).

Seven Network still won the night with 26.3%, then Nine 24.15, 10 21.3%, ABC 21.1% and SBS 7.3%.

seven news was #1 at 1.07m / 1.02m . at the time The chase 602,000 / 355,000 and Away from home (558,000). 9-1-1 amounted to 183,000 / 137,000.

Nine news (917,000 / 888,000) was then the best for Nine A current matter (674,000) and Hot Seat (480,000 / 305,000). Million dollar murders drew 202,000 with Nine news too late at 155,000.

The project drew 418,000 / 297,000 for 10. 10 News first was 342,000/231,000. FBI: most wanted amounted to 223,000.

ABC news won its slot at 739,000. Language and me (269,000) and the drum (239,000) were also for ABC.

It was on SBS SBS World News (148,000 / 116,000), 24 hours in emergency (123,000), Saving lives at sea (109,000), Ten mistakes (83,000) and Brain (73,000).

With declining interest in Reality TV listings, many Seven viewers switched to 7TWOs Doctor Martinvery high at 175,000.

The share of SBS Worldwatch is N/A according to OzTAM.

In Total TV issues from last Monday were:

9-1-1: 504,000
Big Brother: 849,000
Lego Masters winner ann: 1.27m
Did you pay attention?: 1.15m
MasterChef Australia: 877,000
Australian story: 813,000

OzTAM Overnight stays: Monday, May 23, 2022

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