That helped Nine to win Thursday night.
But it was more bad news over at TEN, with continued problems from 8:30pm. Wanted‘s finale was 422,000 while Revealed sank to a disastrous 164,000 viewers – last in its slot and lower than Scope at 4pm. This week’s network share is going to be one ugly number.
Nine won with a 35.2% network share then Seven 25.8%, ABC 17.7% then 15.3% and SBS 6.0%.
Nine News won its slot with 1.2m viewers for Nine followed by A Current Affair (956,000), Big Brother (817,000) and Hot Seat (601,000).
Seven News (1.15m) was best for Seven then Today Tonight (944,000), Home and Away (886,000), How I Met Your Mother (677,000), Million Dollar Minute (572,000) and Movie: The Change Up (455,000).
ABC News (898,000) topped ABC1 then 7:30 (684,000), Upper Middle Bogan (673,000), Catalyst (623,000), It’s a Date (522,000), Restoration Home and Would I Lie to You? both on 325,000.
TEN had another poor night with Save with Jamie their best on 614,000. TEN Eyewitness News (574,000) was next then The Project (529,000). Trailing The Bold and the Beautiful were Wanted (422,000), The Simpsons (309,000) and Revealed (164,000).
Heston’s Fantastical Foods (271,000) led SBS ONE then Vikings (251,000), Destination Flavour (180,000), and World News Australia (160,000).
ABC2’s The Hive topped multichannels with 311,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 26 September 2013.