The Masked Singer loses to SAS Australia in TV ratings war

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    The Masked Singer loses to SAS Australia in Monday’s TV ratings war – as it records its lowest ever numbers for a premiere


    The Masked Singer has came out with a disappointing result in Monday’s TV ratings war after facing a neck-on-neck battle with the premiere of SAS Australia.

    The third season of the Network 10 series opened to a modest 642,000 metro viewers before spiking to 760,000 during the first celebrity reveal, which was English actor and former footballer Vinnie Jones.

    The show ended up recording its lowest debut ratings ever and was outmatched by SAS Australia before the reveal. 

    Disappointing: The Masked Singer beat SAS Australia during the first celebrity reveal in Monday's TV ratings but lost in initial numbers and recorded its lowest ever ratings for a premiere

    Disappointing: The Masked Singer beat SAS Australia during the first celebrity reveal in Monday’s TV ratings but lost in initial numbers and recorded its lowest ever ratings for a premiere

    Monday’s numbers were down from season two’s 733,000 viewers (a decline of 7.7%) in 2020 and season’s one’s 1.162 million in 2019. 

    The reveal segment, while providing a much-needed boost for the show, was also down from 2020’s reveal – dropping 12.4% from 823,000 to 760,000. 

    SAS Australia had The Masked Singer beaten with 647,000 Aussies in metro areas tuning in to the action-packed series. 

    Outmatched: SAS Australia had The Masked Singer beaten with 647,000 Aussies in metro areas tuning in to the action-packed series

    Outmatched: SAS Australia had The Masked Singer beaten with 647,000 Aussies in metro areas tuning in to the action-packed series

    But the Seven program also recorded a sizeable drop in its audience share in comparison to the 834,000 who watched the first season premiere in 2020. 

    Nine’s The Block topped the ratings for the night across all free-to-air networks with 864,000 viewers.  

    The renovation series has been enjoying consistently strong results over the previous two weeks after initially recording its worst ever ratings in late August. 

    Winner: Nine's The Block topped the ratings for the night across all free-to-air networks with 864,000 viewers

    Winner: Nine’s The Block topped the ratings for the night across all free-to-air networks with 864,000 viewers

    The Block also placed first in all key demographics, with The Masked Singer reveal in second place in the 18-49 and 16-39 slots.

    Nine and Seven were neck and neck in the network audience share percentages.  

    Seven took out the top spot with 27.3%, while Nine followed closely with 27%.

    Ten lagged slightly behind with a 21.1% share. 

    Breaking down the numbers: The Block placed first in all key demographics, with The Masked Singer reveal in second place in the 18-49 and 16-39 slots

    Breaking down the numbers: The Block placed first in all key demographics, with The Masked Singer reveal in second place in the 18-49 and 16-39 slots

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