TEN shows win slots but Nine scores Thursday
Ratings: It's possible to win from 7:30 to 10pm and still not claim the night.
TEN’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here and Gogglebox both won their timeslots and topped the demos last night, but it still wasn’t enough to stop Nine wining the night. Why? Look to its numbers earlier than 7:30pm and later than 10pm for an answer to that question.
But it did manage to come second in primary channel share, pipped by Seven in network share because it lacks a third multichannel.
Seven News won its timeslot whilst ACA was the only significant timeslot win for Nine.
Newton’s Law dropped slightly for ABC from 546,000 last week to 509,000 last night.
Nine network won Thursday with 28.4% then Seven 25.8%, TEN 22.9%, ABC 16.7% and SBS 6.2%.
Nine News was best for Nine with 852,000 / 833,000 then A Current Affair (689,000), RBT (625,000), The Big Bang Theory (599,000 / 502,000), Hot Seat (402,000 / 248,000) and movie: The Equalizer (292,000).
Seven News was #1 with 893,000 / 884,000 for Seven then Home and Away (678,000), The Chase (516,000 / 435,000) and Mighty Trains (464,000). The Investigator was 261,000.
I’m a Celebrity Get Me out of Here (871,000) and Gogglebox (752,000) both won their timeslots for TEN. The Project drew 523,000 / 316,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 462,000 and a replay of This is Us was 246,000.
ABC News (687,000) led for ABC then 7:30 (558,000), Dream Gardens (536,000), Newton’s Law (509,000) and No Offence (247,000).
On SBS it was Destination Flavour Singapore (176,000), SBS World News (126,000) and Food Detectives (116,000). Deutschland ’83 was 62,000.
Shaun the Sheep ruled multichannels again with 205,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 23 February 2017.