If it’s Tuesday, it must be Doco night…
Ratings: Seven, Nine and TEN all join ABC and SBS in screening Docos on Tuesday. So who came out on top?
There were Documentaries on animals, celebrities, families, and terrorists last night.
Tuesdays have long been the domain of ABC and SBS docos but last night all three commercial networks gave primetime allocation to the genre. Coincidentally, both Nine and SBS screened versions of Who Do You Think You Are?
It follows from recent docos covering everything from cat videos to sugar, diets, fats and even the KKK on commercial networks.
Seven’s Oddest Animals Couples was the most successful of those last night at 656,000. TEN’s British buy-in My Son the Jihadi was just 290,000, probably unable to gain much attention without previous docos in the slot. ABC’s Making Families Happy ended with 312,000.
Seven network won with 30.4% then Nine 30.3%, TEN 18.1%, ABC 15.0% and SBS 6.1%.
The X Factor (1.03m) was best for Seven then Seven News (1.02m / 978,000), Home and Away (794,000), The World’s Oddest Animal Couples (656,000), The Chase (612,000 / 388,000) and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares (359,000). Chicago Fire was 160,000.
Nine News was 1.07m / 986,000 for Nine followed by The Block (985,000), A Current Affair (886,000), Big Bang (1.02m / 789,000) and Who Do You Think You Are? (493,000).
On TEN The Project was 559,000 / 408,000, TBL Families (555,000), TEN Eyewitness News (516,000), NCIS (353,000) and My Son the Jihadi (290,000).
ABC News (822,000) led for ABC followed by 7:30 (682,000), Catalyst (566,000), Making Families Happy (312,000), Antiques Roadshow (295,000), and Kevin McCloud’s Man Made Home (241,000).
On SBS it was Insight (307,000), Who Do You Think You Are? (236,000), Dateline (201,000) and SBS World News (113,000).
7TWO’s Foyle’s War topped multichannels at 262,000.
The Morning Show: 157,000 / 108,000
Mornings: 112,000 / 87,000
Studio 10: 40,000 / 29,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 10 November 2015