Channel Seven Melbourne put in a solid Monday night, notching up four of the Top Ten programs – more than any other station and a 26.1 per cent audience share.
BORDER SECURITY – AUSTRALIA’S FRONT LINE (438,000) was Seven’s most-watched program, clamping down on the Ten’s So You Think You Can Dance: Top 12 Results in the same timeslot (423,500 viewers between 7.30pm to 8pm) and William & Kate: A Royal Romance (271,000) on Nine.
BORDER SECURITY took out the number one spot nationally with 1,549,000 viewers.
SEVEN NEWS (396,000) was the leading news service last night with a win over Nine News (394,000) and ABC News (336,000).
TODAY TONIGHT (348,000) and SCU: SERIOUS CRASH UNIT (339,000) rounded out the Top Ten with solid prime time performances.
DEAL OR NO DEAL (243,000) picked the right briefcase with a win over Nine’s Antiques Roadshow (224,000).
SUNRISE (99,000) in the morning prevailed over Nine’s Today (86,000). At 9am, THE MORNING SHOW garnered 49,000 viewers, over Nine’s Mornings With Kerri-Anne (35,000) and 9am With David & Kim (23,000) on Ten.
Overall Channel Seven Melbourne scored an audience share of 26.1%. Nine had 27.4%, Ten 25.3%, ABC’s 14.3% and SBS on 7.0%.