A Sunday episode of Nine’s The Block Australia has topped the latest Total TV Top 20 Programs Consolidated 7 Audience VOZ report for television Week 43.
In the report, covering 17 October to 23 October, the entertainment program took the #1 spot with a total of 1.863 million viewers nationally, with BVOD contributing 11% of the audience, with a total BVOD audience of 197,000 nationally.
The Block also took second place, with 1.863 million viewers nationally.
Seven’s Seven News was the third program overall, with 1.609 million viewers nationally.
The program with the highest percentage of BVOD national viewers was Seven’s Home and Away with 13%.
The Block’s Sunday and Monday episodes for that week also had the largest national BVOD numbers for the period, with both having 197,000 national BVOD numbers.
For the top 20 programs, Nine had 10 programs in the top 20, with The Block taking 4 spots, Nine News taking 4 spots, A Current Affair taking 1 spot and 60 Minutes taking 1 spot.
Seven had 6 spots in the top 20, with 4 spots to Seven News, 1 spot to Home & Away, and 1 spot to 7News Spotlight: The Vanishing.
Ten had 1 spot, with Have You Been Paying Attention.
ABC had 3 spots, 1 for Sunday’s ABC News, 1 for Gruen and 1 for Australian Story.