Last week’s debut by Rebecca Maddern on The Footy Show saw the curiosity drop last night, falling from 582,000 to 427,000 this week. That’s no surprise given the 6 year high it attracted last week.
Nine managed to stay in front on Thursday in a close tussle with Seven.
It was ABC shows that managed modest increases last night, while several commercial shows all took a dip.
The Checkout rose from 653,000 to 686,000 and Janet King lifted from 608,000 to 613,000. While those are hardly big increases, they both managed a rare placing above 7:30, down by 72,000.
Home and Away was up for Seven, but Gogglebox dropped 39,000 for TEN -it still topped all the demos.
Nine won Thursday with 28.9% then Seven 27.1%, TEN 18.7%, ABC 18.4% and SBS 6.9%.
Nine News drew 981,000 / 982,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (748,000), Hot Seat (537,000), NRL Thursday (429,000 in 2 cities), The Footy Show (427,000 in 3 cities) and RBT (387,000 in 3 cities).
Seven News was #1 with 1.04m / 960,000 for Seven then Home and Away (767,000), My France with Manu (663,000), The Chase (561,000 / 350,000) and Australian Swimming Championships (334,000 in 4 cities).
Gogglebox (590,000) led for TEN. The Project was 552,000 / 422,000, Modern Family was 517,000 / 507,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 486,000 and Law and Order: SVU was 391,000.
ABC News (754,000) was best for ABC followed by The Checkout (686,000), Janet King (613,000), 7:30 (590,000), Utopia (313,000) and Antiques Roadshow (286,000).
On SBS it was Inside Heston’s World (233,000), Destination Flavour Scandinavia (174,000), Gourmet Farmer (160,000) and SBS World News (123,000). The Last Panthers dropped to 66,000.
Shaun the Sheep bleat out the competition on multichannels at 241,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 14 April 2016