Monday Standings: The Block beats Home and Away and The Amazing Race

Monday night’s TV ratings were again dominated by Channel Nine’s The Block.

The renovation show was the most popular entertainment program of the evening with 740,000 viewers in the five capitals.

In the meantime, Did you pay attention? delivered a solid performance for the normally rating-starved Channel 10.

Monday night's TV ratings were again dominated by Nine's The Block, hosted by Scott Cam

Monday night's TV ratings were again dominated by Nine's The Block, hosted by Scott Cam

Monday night’s TV ratings were again dominated by Nine’s The Block, hosted by Scott Cam

The news panel, moderated by Tom Gleisner, attracted 547,000 Tube viewers.

Also on Channel 10, The Amazing Race is already looking tired despite the fact that the new season has only just begun.

Hosted by Beau Ryan, the world-traveling adventure series drew just 386,000 overnight viewers in major cities.

Over on Seven, Home and Away, viewers returned to Summer Bay in large numbers after a patchy performance this year.

Did you pay attention? put on a solid performance for the normally rating-hungry Channel 10. (Pictured: Quizmaster Tom Gleisner)

Did you pay attention? put on a solid performance for the normally rating-hungry Channel 10. (Pictured: Quizmaster Tom Gleisner)

Did you pay attention? put on a solid performance for the normally rating-hungry Channel 10. (Pictured: Quizmaster Tom Gleisner)

The long-running soap delivered 504,000 Tube viewers Monday, a decent jump after weeks of scoring in the low-to-mid 400,000 range.

Elsewhere, the network’s new season of Farmer Wants a Wife shows the romance is still alive for the reality franchise.

Around 489,000 viewers in the major cities tuned in on Monday evening.

Over on Seven, Home and Away, viewers returned to Summer Bay in large numbers after a patchy performance this year. (Pictured: Juliet Godwin who plays Dr. Bree Cameron)

Over on Seven, Home and Away, viewers returned to Summer Bay in large numbers after a patchy performance this year. (Pictured: Juliet Godwin who plays Dr. Bree Cameron)

Over on Seven, Home and Away, viewers returned to Summer Bay in large numbers after a patchy performance this year. (Pictured: Juliet Godwin who plays Dr. Bree Cameron)

ABC had a strong audience with Four Corners in prime time.

A current affairs show investigation into the dangers of cost-cutting at Qantas attracted 605,000 Tube viewers.

Nine narrowly won the night overall, largely due to the strength of The Block, with an audience share of 27.7 percent.

Seven took second place with 26.4 percent.

ABC had a strong audience with Four Corners in prime time. A current affairs show investigation into the dangers of cost-cutting at Qantas attracted 605,000 Tube viewers

ABC had a strong audience with Four Corners in prime time. A current affairs show investigation into the dangers of cost-cutting at Qantas attracted 605,000 Tube viewers

ABC had a strong audience with Four Corners in prime time. A current affairs show investigation into the dangers of cost-cutting at Qantas attracted 605,000 Tube viewers

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk


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