A Masterchef / Letterman combo helped keep TEN in the game last night, winning in primary shares.
But with other networks stronger in multichannels, Nine managed to take the lead, with Seven finishing just 0.4% ahead of TEN in network shares.
It’s still a fine result for TEN, topping the key demos.
Nine network was 26.2% then Seven 25.9%, TEN 25.5%, ABC 16.3% and SBS 6.0%.
Nine News was 1.09m / 1.07m for Nine then ACA (950,000), Hot Seat (672,000), The Footy Show (524,000) and Top Gear (512,000).
Seven News (923,000 / 846,000) was best for Seven followed by Home and Away (741,000), Surveillance Oz: Dashcam (688,000), Million Dollar Minute (501,000) and Terror in the Skies (363,000). World’s Most Extreme was 236,000.
A double MasterChef was 1.11m / 912,000 for TEN. The Project was 675,000 / 500,000. TEN Eyewitness News was 556,000 and the last ever Late Show was 364,000.
ABC News (772,000), 7:30 (680,000), The Checkout (613,000), Our Girl (402,000) and Antiques Roadshow (355,000) comprised ABC. An Agony repeat was 259,000.
Eurovision’s Greatest Hits (267,000) topped SBS ONE then Luke Nguyen’s United Kingdom (247,000), Rachel Khoo’s Cosmopolitan Cook (178,000) and SBS World News (143,000).
7TWO’s Lewis was best in show on multichannels at 323,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 21 May 2015