TEN in fourth behind ABC (again).
Ratings: TEN lands fourth behind the ABC, largely due to the failure of Everybody Dance Now.
TEN had another night of disappointing numbers, landing fourth behind the ABC for the third night in a row, largely due to the failure of Everybody Dance Now.
Nine won with 31.6% then Seven 29.0%, ABC 17.2%, TEN 16.4% and SBS 5.7%. At this rate, ABC is ahead of TEN for the week.
Big Brother was best for Nine but dropped in numbers to 1.32m followed by Nine News (1.18m) and a good debut for Anger Management (1.11m / 1.10m), then Big Bang (1.07m), ACA (1.04m) and Hot Seat (612,000).
Seven News topped the night with 1.33m with Seven’s other rankings being Today Tonight (1.18m), Home and Away (1.02m), Winners and Losers (941,000), The Amazing Race Australia (896,000), and Deal or No Deal (613,000). World’s Strictest Parents was 500,000 and The Price is Right was 349,000.
ABC News was 979,000 for ABC1 then 7:30 (679,000), Foreign Correspondent (671,000), Qi (646,000), Three Men go to Venice (620,000) and Time Team (300,000).
MasterChef: All Stars was best for TEN with 788,000. TEN News was 687,000, The Project 6pm was 432,000. Trailing The Bold and the Beautiful (406,000), were NCIS: LA (365,000) and Everybody Dance Now (325,000).
On SBS ONE it was Who Do You Think You Are? (290,000), Insight (282,000), World News Australia (160,000) and Dateline (120,000).
Neighbours led multichannels with 279,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 53,000 / 27,000