Nine has won its second night of the non-ratings week, after landing in third place the night before.
Nine News led Nine’s win with 1.14m viewers with wins in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Even The Big Bang Theory won its slot, on 1.07m / 1.05m (and 798,000). ACA followed on 926,000, The Mentalist was 769,000, Hot Seat was 612,000 and Unforgettable was 592,000.
Seven News still won nationally on 1.24m as the night’s top show. Next for Seven was Today Tonight (1.06m), but Home and Away was third in its timeslot with 970,000. Air Crash Investigations was 645,000, Criminal Minds was 637,000, Deal or No Deal was 574,000 and The Amazing Race just 356,000.
The Biggest Loser managed another 1.00m for TEN and continues to show its staying power. It was followed by TEN News (752,000), The Project (614,000), Your Gen (571,000) and The Good Wife (550,000).
For ABC1 it was ABC News (1.05m), 7:30 (613,000), Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight (613,000), Agony Uncles (438,000) and the final Woodley (375,000).
Toughest Place to Be was A was 344,000 and Wildest Africa was 317,000 for SBS ONE.
In the battle of One Direction interviews Sunrise was 493,000, its highest rating day all year, with a win in all cities over Today‘s 330,000. Meanwhile ABC News Breakfast was 50,000 / 22,000 and Breakfast on TEN was 44,000.
Heartbeat topped multichannels with 308,000.