On the day Australian Television turns 60 Network TEN has won the night thanks to Reality TV.
The Bachelor was #1 with 1.32m viewers for the moment Richie chose Alex, with 1.1m viewers for the bulk of the show. These were its best figure all year, leading in total people and the demos, however it was lower than last year’s 1.48m viewers.
Elsewhere last night Seven News and ACA won their timeslots.
TEN won Thursday with 26.3% then Nine 25.8%, Seven 24.4%, ABC 16.6% and SBS 7.0%.
Following The Bachelor, Gogglebox also won its slot with 730,000 for TEN, The Project was 611,000 / 444,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 456,000 and Law and Order: SVU was 271,000.
Nine News was best for Nine with 911,000 / 894,000, then A Current Affair (846,000), RBT (711,000), The Footy Show (606,000) and Hot Seat (524,000).
Seven News won its slot for Seven with 1.11m / 1.03m followed by Home and Away (681,000), The Chase (664,000 / 451,000), Make You LOL (554,000), and Selling Houses Australia (323,000).
ABC News (745,000), The Checkout (617,000), 7:30 (605,000), The Code (353,000), Pointless (255,000) and The Tunnel (219,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Why Are We Getting So Fat? (224,000), Luke Nguyen’s Street Food Asia (187,000), Destination Flavour Down Under (161,000), SBS World News (119,000) and Versailles (118,000).
ABC2’s Kazoops! was best on multichannels on 250,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 15 September 2016.