Seven dips, Nine take Thursday.

Ratings: Former Pay TV title King's Cross ER helps Nine take Thursday, whole Seven slips under 900,000.

2014-11-14_0924It was another night under the magic million, and for Seven it was a night under 900,000, as viewing slides towards the end of the week.

Nine network won Thursday with 28.3% then Seven 26.4%, TEN 20.0%, ABC 19.1% and SBS 6.2%.

Nine News was 948,000 / 918,000 for Nine then ACA (804,000), King’s Cross ER (761,000), Big Brother (546,000) and Hot Seat (486,000). Movie: Looper was 237,000.

Seven News was 866,000 / 782,000 then Home and Away (711,000), Beauty and the Geek Australia (531,000 / 479,000) and Million Dollar Minute (458,000). The Happenings was 189,000.

Madam Secretary was best for TEN on 576,000. TEN Eyewitness News was 516,000 then The Project (491,000 / 404,000), Save with Jamie (449,000) and SVU (354,000).

Catalyst (726,000) snatched tops ABC slot from ABC News (721,000) then 7:30 (608,000), Upper Middle Bogan (604,000), It’s a Date (512,000) and QI (354,000).

On SBS ONE it was What’s the Catch? with Matthew Evans (285,000), Food Safari (191,000), The Fall (188,000), The Little Paris Kitchen (158,000) and SBS World News (110,000).

A Touch of Frost topped multichannels at 294,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 13 November 2014

4 Responses

  1. Bravo Channel 10 Scorpion, Supernatural and Madam Secretary, good plot based stuff

    Didn’t in the past and don’t now believe OZTAM gives a true representation of who is watching what on Aus TV

  2. @jimbo k – yep, should be renamed “The Not Happening”.

    Catalyst’s second look at fat in our diet was vastly better than the apology for a science program that we saw a few months ago.

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