800 Words, X Factor win for Seven.

Ratings: Drama and music score for Seven, with another Tuesday win.


Another Tuesday, another win for 800 Words, at 1.08m viewers it was up by 30,000 on last week’s episode.

It was a good night for Seven with both Seven News and The X Factor winning their timeslots.

Nine’s A Current Affair won its timeslot again and while Big Bang was a close second, at least it topped the demos.

TBL Families dropped by 54,00 from last Tuesday with The Project as its best performer.

Seven network won with 32.4% then Nine 27.8%, TEN 17.5%, ABC 16.3% and SBS 6.1%.

800 Words (1.08m) led for Seven then Seven News (1.03m / 1.01m), The X Factor (982,000), Home and Away (794,000), The Chase (616,000 / 417,000) and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (572,000). Chicago Fire was 253,000.

The Big Bang Theory (1.02m / 743,000) was best for Nine then Nine News (987,000 / 968,000), A Current Affair (962,000), The Block (949,000), Hot Seat (512,000) and Two and a Half Men (402,000 / 334,000).

The Project (563,000 / 387,000) led for TEN. TBL Families was 527,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 479,000, NCIS was 349,000 and NCIS: LA was 291,000.

ABC News (796,000), 7:30 (667,000), Catalyst (602,000), Restoration Australia (538,000), Antiques Roadshow (319,000) and The Diplomat, The Artist and The Suit (225,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Who Do You Think You Are? (317,000), Insight (239,000), Dateline (197,000) and SBS World News (123,000).

Foyle’s War on 7TWO led multichannels with 261,000.

The Morning Show: 118,000 / 95,000
Mornings: 111,000 / 85,000
Studio 10: 65,000 / 37,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 13 October 2015


16 Responses

      1. I’m always glad to see Australians getting work. I just find it badly made – I guess I’m glad others enjoy it for that reason, but I’ve given it a red hot go, quite a few weeks of eps, and now is where I bow out 🙂

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