Nine wins Thursday, TEN surges in demos.

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With no sign of either MKR or The Block last night there was a bit of a shake-up in the numbers.

Just one show ranked over a million viewers with Home and Away as the top entertainment show of the night. But Seven’s new Thursday line-up was beaten by Nine’s, and it landed third in the demos after TEN performed well with key demos.

Gogglebox ended its season with its best audience this year on 594,000 and topping all key demos.

In the end Nine network won the night with 28.6% then Seven 27.4%, TEN 20.5%, ABC 16.5% and SBS 7.0%.

Nine News (1.03m / 954,000) was #1 for Nine then A Current Affair (884,000), Top Gear (580,000), The Footy Show (574,000) and Hot Seat (511,000).

Seven News (921,000 / 868,000) was best for Seven followed by Home and Away (709,000), Australia: The Story of Us (653,000), Downton Abbey (640,000) and Million Dollar Minute (512,000). State of Affairs was just 193,000.

TEN had a pretty good night. The final Gogglebox was 594,000 for TEN. Modern Family was 579,000 / 576,000, TEN Eyewitness News (543,000) and The Project (496,000 / 408,000). SVU was 288,000.

ABC News (781,000) led ABC then 7:30 (671,000), The Checkout (603,000), Our Girl (399,000) and Antiques Roadshow (377,000).

On SBS ONE it was Poh and Co. (371,000), Chocolate Perfection with Michel Roux Jr. (271,000), Rachel Khoo’s Cosmopolitan Cook (238,000), Vikings (201,000) and SBS World News (115,000).

7TWO’s Lewis (276,000) topped mulichannels.

The Morning Show: 158,000 / 107,000
Mornings: 114,000
Studio 10: 57,000 / 44,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 16 April 2015.

5 Comments:

  1. That’s pretty good for Poh & Co, no? I was trying to locate the numbers for the first two episodes but don’t think it was in the top 20 in either week.

  2. I would say Gogglebox will be back in second half of the year. Along with Shark Tank, the two local successes to Ten’s lineup. Our Girl flopped badly, wasn’t that great IMO.

    • The first half of Our Girl was overly long and poorly written. It picked up bit for the basic training, but that was 14 weeks crammed into little time. It wasn’t great. Poldark a big budget historical drama that’s a remake of a hugely popular show failing to find an audience on Sunday nights is more of worry for the ABC.

      I guess we can expect more murder mysteries, they are still pulling 1m with the +7s.

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