TEN lifts on Thursday, but Nine wins.

Ratings: TEN was less than a 2% share off Seven's pace but Nine took Thursday.


TEN scored well on Thursday coming within less than a 2% share of beating Seven on a relatively quiet evening.

MasterChef was the only entertainment show above a million viewers, with both Nine and Seven finding that early evening shows such as Top Gear and Border Security International ranked below later evening fare.

On ABC 7:30 was strong with an Arnold Schwarzenegger interview, but in the end Nine won the night.

Nine network share was 27.6% then Seven 25.6%, TEN 24.0%, ABC 17.9% and SBS 5.0%.

Nine News (1.07m / 1.01m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (894,000), The Footy Show (650,000), Hot Seat (643,000) and Top Gear (539,000).

Seven News (1.02m / 956,000) led for Seven then Home and Away (776,000), Criminal Minds (546,000 / 434,000), Million Dollar Minute (538,000) and Border Security International (506,000). Terror in the Skies was 190,000.

MasterChef Australia (1.00m / 689,000) led TEN’s night. The Project was 596,000 / 477,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 579,000 and Law and Order: SVU was 309,000.

ABC News (829,000) led for ABC then 7:30 (750,000), The Checkout (658,000), Redesign my Brain (626,000), Antiques Roadshow (338,000) and Dirty Laundry Live (313,000).

On SBS ONE it was Luke Nguyen’s United Kingdom (237,000), Rachel Khoo’s Cosmopolitan Cook (168,000), Heston’s Mission Impossible (154,000), SBS World News (136,000) and Dig (131,000).

Britain’s Got Talent on GO! scored 299,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 4 June 2015

2 Responses

  1. Any idea on how the “Late Footy Show” been rating by any chance, with now an earlier timeslot? I know that the show finishes way after midnight in all cities, but would it be an improvement in previous years? We rarely got to see what Anger Management rated when it used to be sandwiched between the NRL/AFL shows earlier in the year and in previous years.

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