It was staggered schedules aplenty last night with AFL on Seven and NRL on Nine. A number of titles did not play in all 5 cities. The key to making sense of it all is looking to the overall shares for the night.
But individually, Gogglebox was again the top entertainment show for the night at 722,000 -increasing on last week’s 674,000 and topping the demos. It proved to be TEN’s best night of the week. A Family Feud special drew 457,000.
But Newton’s Law has slipped once more for ABC, now at 412,000 viewers, its lowest this season. Perhaps it was impacted by sport too? Even Great British Railway Journeys was down for SBS.
Seven News and ABC News both won their slots while The Chase continues to knock off Hot Seat.
Seven network won Thursday with 31.9%, then Nine 27.2%, TEN 19.8%, ABC 15.0% and SBS 6.2%.
Seven News was #1 with 928,000 / 772,000 (the latter in 4 cities) or Seven then Seven’s AFL (591,000), The Chase (538,000 / 338,000) and Home and Away (388,000 in 3 cities). Border Security was 284,000 in 3 cities.
Nine News (916,000 / 909,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (592,000in 4 cities), Hot Seat (474,000 / 286,000) and Thursday Night NRL (412,000 in 2 cities). RBT was 257,000 in 3 cities, Murder Calls was 228,000 in 3 cities. NRL Footy Show was 183,000 in 2 cities.
Gogglebox will top TEN’s week with 722,000 viewers. TEN Eyewitness News followed with 466,000, then All Star Family Feud (457,000), The Project (453,000 / 310,000), Law and Order: SVU (373,000) and Family Feud (325,000).
ABC News (677,000), Dream Gardens (472,000), 7:30 (467,000), Newton’s Law (412,000) and No Offence (212,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Great British Railway Journeys (288,000), SBS World News (152,000), Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong (144,000), Sugar Free Farm (130,000) and The Eighties (113,000).
Peppa Pig reigned supreme over the sheep on multichannels with 204,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 23 March 2017.