The Block beats X Factor and finale of Q&A

Rachael Micallef
By Rachael Micallef | 24 November 2015

The final room reveal of Nine's The Block was the top watched show last night, winning over Seven's X Factor and the final episode of ABC's Q&A.

The Block, which will air its live auction series finale on Wednesday, picked up 1.11 million viewers ahead of all the major news bulletins, and reality rival on Seven, X Factor.

X Factor was the fifth most watched show of the night with 1.02m viewers, ahead of its final episode which will air tomorrow.

ABC's Four Corners had its last episode with presenter and journalist Kerry O'Brien last night, picking up 788,000 viewers as the 12th most watched show of the night. The final 2015 episode of Q&A also aired, with 632,000 viewers tuning in to watch the panel debate ISIS, and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

By demographic, The Block topped the major age brackets of 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Seven won the night with 30.3% audience share, followed by Nine on 28.0% audience share and ABC on 20.3%. Ten trailed on 17.1% and SBS on 4.4% audience share.

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