It was an uninspiring Thursday night of viewing with just one show over the magic million, Seven News on 1.13m viewers.
Seven had another comfy win. Today Tonight was 987,000 but from there it had split markets due to AFL commitments. The game pulled 665,000 in 3 markets and 484,000 for a Pre-Match broadcast and 287,000 for Post-Match. On 7mate it managed 51,000 in Brissy and 40,000 in Sydney. Home and Away was 645,000 in 3 cities, Deal or No Deal was 487,000. Without AFL Seven ran Property Ladder (249,000) and a movie for 235,000 in 2 cities.
For Nine it was Nine News (943,000), A Current Affair (796,000), The Big Bang Theory (790,000), CSI (618,000), RBT (594,000), Hot Seat (501,000). Unforgettable (287,000) ran in three cities, and the NRL Footy Show was 228,000 in two. CSI: Miami was 182,000 in three cities.
The Biggest Loser was 691,000 for TEN then TEN News (651,000), Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation (583,000), Melb. International Comedy Festival Gala (556,000) and The Project (487,000).
ABC News won its slot on 985,000 for ABC1 then 7:30 (666,000), Catalyst (588,000) and the final episode of The Straits (461,000).
How to Cook Like Heston premiered to 320,000 for SBS ONE followed by Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong on 295,000.
The Big Bang Theory topped multichannels with 295,000. The final Excess Baggage lifted to 95,000.