The X Factor maintains No.1 ranking
Guy Sebastian, Melanie Brown (Mel B), Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Ronan Keating on The X Factor. Picture: Supplied by Seven.

The X Factor has maintained its 100 per cent strike rate as the No.1 rating show, while Big Brother has become a top 10 fixture.

The Seven Network singing competition, which has entered the boot camp stage, has now won the ratings on each of the seven nights it has screened.

On Monday night The X Factor pulled in 1.469 million viewers to finish ahead of Seven News (1.225 million), Nine News (1.222 million) and ABC News (1.138 million).

Current affair programs Today Tonight (1.131 million) and A Current Affair (1.046 million) were fifth and sixth respectively.

The Nine Network's Big Brother has regularly pulled more than a million viewers per show during the first part of the week.

On Monday, 1.013 million tuned in to watch the nominations segment on Big Brother, which finished seventh.

The regular Big Brother show attracted 1.007 million to be eighth.

Seven soapie Home And Away was next with 996,000 viewers and Underbelly: Badness attracted 990,000 watchers to be 10th.

Top rating shows on Monday night:

1. The X Factor (Seven) - 1.469 million

2. Seven News (Seven) - 1.225 million

3. Nine News (Nine) - 1.222 million

4. ABC News (ABC) - 1.138 million

5. Today Tonight (Seven) - 1.131 million

6. A Current Affair (Nine) - 1.046 million

7. Big Brother Live Nominations (Nine) - 1.013 million

8. Big Brother (Nine) - 1.007 million

9. Home And Away (Seven) - 996,000

10. Underbelly: Badness (Nine) - 990,000

The West Australian

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