Despite some early weeks where the show could not survive in its timeslot, the network’s decision to stick with the show paid off by coming home with a wet sail. Social media for the show was also particularly strong and TEN has greenlit a second season for 2014.
The finale helped give TEN the kind of share it used to be getting with regularity, although the night belonged to Seven.
Seven network shares was 27.8% then Nine 25.6%, TEN 22.0%, ABC 18.6% and SBS 5.9%.
Seven News (1.13m) was the only Seven show over the magic million. Next were Today Tonight (975,000), Home and Away (972,000), Cosentino (850,000), Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD (681,000), Million Dollar Minute (534,000). Surveillance Oz was 367,000 and Motorway Patrol was 284,000.
Nine News (1.09m) was Nine’s only show over the million. Next were A Current Affair (919,000), RBT (747,000), Hot Seat (591,000), CSI (514,000 / 299,000) which even outranked Hostages (475,000). The Big Bang Theory was 474,000 in 4 cities.
Aside from The Bachelor TEN’s other fare was fairly unremarkable with TEN Eyewitness News at 533,000, The Project at 528,000, Sleepy Hollow was 276,000 and The Simpsons was 266,000.
On ABC1 ABC News (851,000) was best then Jamie Private School Girl (644,00), 7:30 (624,000), Qi (621,000), Shock Horror Aunty (506,000) and Would I Lie to You? (490,000).
On SBS ONE 24 Hours in Emergency was 291,000 then Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature (265,000), World News Australia (176,000) and Borgen (155,000).
Big Bang was big on multichannels at 346,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 53,000 / 53,000
Wake Up: 39,000
The Morning Show: 163,000
Studio 10: 27,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 21 November 2013