ABC wasn’t far behind Nine last night, with less than 4% separating second and third places.
That was due to Australian Story and 7:30 scoring ahead of The Block and more disappointing numbers for Gallipoli, now down to 479,000 / 373,000 for two episodes.
Meanwhile Q & A attracted plenty of media today due to lively political comments by panelist Miriam Margoyles. It rated 611,000 / 109,000 over two channels, but from next week is confined to a single channel and a live iview broadcast.
But it was again Seven Network that was streets ahead with a 32.3% share then Nine 23.7%, ABC 20.3%, TEN 18.4% and SBS 5.1%.
My Kitchen Rules was 1.65m viewers for Seven then Seven News (1.03m / 1.00m), Home and Away (855,000), Revenge (661,000) and Million Dollar Minute (444,000). Parenthood was 307,000 / 242,000.
Nine News (1.11m / 1.05m) led Nine’s night followed by A Current Affair‘s biggest audience this year (989,000), The Block (723,000), Hot Seat (562,000) and Gallipoli (479,000 / 373,000).
ABC News (908,000), Australian Story (836,000), 7:30 (815,000), Four Corners (809,000) all scored for ABC then Media Watch (723,000) and Q & A (611,000 / 109,000).
TEN Eyewitness News was 602,000 on TEN. The Project was 591,000 / 453,000, Law and Order: SVU was 493,000. Elementary was 233,000.
On SBS ONE it was Richard Hammond’s Wild Weather (265,000), Simon Reeve’s Sacred Rivers (228,000) and SBS World News (136,000). A repeat of Gourmet Farmer Afloat was 107,000.
7TWO’s Judge John Deed was 242,000 on multichannels.
ABC News Breakfast: 83,000 / 45,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 2 March 2015