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The Amazing Race fails to launch in Monday’s ratings battle as The Block continues to win big

The much-hyped return of The Amazing Race Australia was a disappointment for Channel 10 in Monday night’s TV ratings.

The premiere of the Beau Ryan-hosted adventure series drew just 451,000 metro viewers, down 25 per cent on last year’s launch, reports TV Tonight.

Meanwhile, Nine’s The Block was the biggest entertainment program of the night.

The much-hyped return of The Amazing Race Australia was a disappointment for Channel 10 in Monday night's TV ratings

The much-hyped return of The Amazing Race Australia was a disappointment for Channel 10 in Monday night’s TV ratings 

The home renovation show had 789,000 viewers in the five major cities.

Channel 10 had further disappointment with its comedy series Have You Been Paying Attention?, which is shedding viewers.

The panel show, in which comedians are quizzed on the top news events of the week, attracted 565,000 metro viewers.

But this was a significant drop from previous episodes this season, which have reached well over 600,000 viewers.

Meanwhile, Channel Nine's The Block was the biggest entertainment program of the night

Meanwhile, Channel Nine’s The Block was the biggest entertainment program of the night 

Channel 10’s The Project is also struggling, drawing just 382,000 metro viewers in its 7pm time slot.

Over on Seven, Home and Away appears to have won back viewers to Summer Bay.

The long-running soap has had a patchy year, but on Monday it managed to bring in a decent five-city audience of 475,000.

Channel 10 had further disappointment with its comedy series Have You Been Paying Attention?, which is shedding viewers

Channel 10 had further disappointment with its comedy series Have You Been Paying Attention?, which is shedding viewers 

Seven’s My Kitchen Rules reboot continues to cling onto viewers.

The cooking competition, judged by celebrity chefs Manu Feildel and Colin Fassnidge, pulled in 484,000 metro viewers on Monday.

Meanwhile, the network’s consistent quiet achiever in the battle for viewers remains the family quiz show The Chaser.

Seven's My Kitchen Rules reboot continues to cling onto viewers

Seven’s My Kitchen Rules reboot continues to cling onto viewers 

The quirky quiz show drew 521,000 metro viewers in its tea-time slot. 

Nine won the night overall thanks to the all-conquering The Block with 28.7 per cent of the audience, while Seven was close behind at 26.1 per cent.

Channel 10 came in third with a 20 per cent share, ahead of the ABC at 17.8 per cent.

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Originally posted 2022-08-30 05:13:11.