There was little respite for Network Ten on Monday with just two shows placing in the top 20.
Its prime-time reality offering Don't Tell The Bride hosted by Kate Ritchie didn't even make the top 20, attracting just over half a million viewers for 24th place.
Monday night belonged to the Seven Network, with The X Factor continuing to deliver - it's claimed No. 1 spot for the four times it's aired.
The X Factor reeled in a five-city metro audience of 1.385 million viewers and Seven News made it a one-two punch, coming in second with 1.253 million watchers.
Nine News (1.193 million) was third, ahead of Today Tonight (1.186 million).
The relaunched Big Brother refuses to wane in popularity, with a total of 1.102 million viewers tuning in for the live nominations show to see Benjamin, Bradley and Ryan put up for eviction.
Big Brother Live Nominations finished just ahead of ABC News (1.099 million) and Home And Away, which was seventh with 1.097 million.
Nine's Aussie crime drama series Underbelly: Badness, which burst on to the screens on August 13 in the No.1 spot with 1.780 million, has dropped off in popularity. It came in 10th on Monday with 1.037 million viewers.
It's been a tough few weeks for Ten with its new shows not performing so well, and Everybody Dance Now being axed.
Its highest-rating show on Monday was News At Five, which was 15th with 742,000. Provocative chat-fest Can Of Worms was next best with 582,000 viewers in 19th place.
Top ratings shows for Monday night
1. The X Factor (Seven ) - 1.385 million
2. Seven News (Seven) - 1.253 million
3. Nine News (Nine) - 1.193 million
4. Today Tonight (Seven) - 1.186 million
5. Big Brother Live Nominations (Nine) - 1.102 million
6. ABC News (ABC) - 1.099 million
7. Home And Away (Seven) - 1.097 million
8. Big Brother Monday (Nine) - 1.096 million
9. A Current Affair (Nine) - 1.063 million
10. Underbelly: Badness (Nine) - 1.037 million