Gogglebox battles Mighty Cruise Ships

Ratings: Just 2,000 split two 8:30 shows. While TEN took the timeslot, Seven won the night.


It was a Thursday without The Bachelorette meaning numbers were likely to shuffle.

Gogglebox and Mighty Cruise Ships battled it out at 8:30pm, split by just 2,000. TEN’s observational series drew 565,000 while Seven’s factual was 563,000. In third place The Verdict‘s 417,000 was an improvement on last week’s 360,000.

Elsewhere Seven News beat Nine News but A Current Affair led at 7pm.

Seven network won with 28.5% then Nine 26.2%, TEN 21.7%, ABC 18.4% and SBS 5.2%.

Seven News (916,000 / 890,000) topped the night for Seven followed by Home and Away (716,000), Mighty Cruise Ships (563,000), The Chase (557,000 / 380,000), Dog Patrol (446,000) and What Really Happens in Thailand (388,000). The Amazing Race was 147,000.

Nine News (909,000 / 880,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (858,000), RBT (725,000 / 697,000), Hot Seat (482,000) and The Verdict (417,000). I Am Innocent was 251,000.

Jamie’s Super Food was best for TEN at 577,000. Gogglebox was 565,000, The Project was 554,000 / 433,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 469,000 and Joel Creasey’s Commedy Offensive was 299,000.

ABC News was 821,000 then 7:30 (675,000), The Chaser’s Media Circus (540,000), Sherlock (353,000) and Antiques Roadshow (273,000). Please Like Me was 140,000.

On SBS it was Shane Delia’s Moorish Spice Journey (228,000), Italy Unpacked (209,000), Destination Flavour Japan (175,000), Masters of Sex (93,000) and SBS World News (91,000).

7TWO’s Doc Martin topped multichannels at 269,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 29 October 2015

8 Responses

  1. Please Like Me was exceptional last night – a really poignant episode.
    Back to its very best.
    Some outstanding acting from Geoff Morrell and Hannah Gadsby in particular and Gina Riley was very good as well. Debra Lawrence is consistently memorable as Josh’s erratic but actually surprisingly perceptive mum.

      1. I dunno….’push the record button every week’ was the 2 lads response….and I must agree with them. This was train crash tv on an epic scale. These geordie kids will be adults one day, their show does need subtitles though so we can understand what they say….

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