While 791,000 wasn’t a bad start for the Nine comedy, it ranked second for the night in the key demos, only bettered by Big Brother. Last night on Twitter many viewers were shocked to learn she was using an American accent in the show.
Broader-skewing Dancing with the Stars also saw a drop but still helped Seven to win the night comfortably.
Seven network share was 32.4% then Nine 25.2%, TEN 18.6%, ABC 17.6% and SBS 6.0%.
Seven News topped the night with 1.14m for Seven then Dancing with the Stars (1.13m), Home and Away (952,000), Today Tonight (942,000), Body of Proof (498,000) and Million Dollar Minute (476,000). Suits was 165,000.
Nine News (1.09m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (976,000), Big Brother topped the demos for the night (863,000), Super Fun Night (791,000), Big School and Hot Seat (both 574,000), Come Fly with Me (470,000) and Movie: Friends with Benefits (334,000).
TEN Eyewitness News (551,000) was TEN’s best performer then The Project (501,000), Recipe to Riches (479,000), NCIS: LA (473,000), Sleepy Hollow (471,000). The Simpsons was 341,000.
On ABC1 it was ABC News (902,000), 7:30 (679,000), David Attenborough’s First Life (588,000), Foreign Correspondent (577,000), Australia Encounters (391,000) and At the Movies (368,000).
Who Do You Think You Are? (328,000) topped SBS ONE then Insight (266,000), World News Australia (187,000) and Dateline (153,000).
ABC2’s Florrie’s Dragons was best on multichannels at 322,000.
The Morning Show: 153,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 15 October 2013