TEN tops primary channels, but Nine claims network share.
Ratings: Celebrity & Gogglebox win their timeslots for TEN, while a Chase: MKR special bombs for Seven.
Nine may have its first network win for the 2017 ratings year -but the real story was TEN topping primary channels.
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (910,000) trumped RBT (626,000) and a failed Chase: MKR special on just 479,000 -on those numbers next week’s edition will surely be bumped.
Gogglebox also won its timeslot for TEN on 725,000 well in front of Newton’s Law (546,000) down from 695,000 last week. Nine appears to be “giving away” a new Big Bang episode at 615,000 viewers. Is that a record low for a new episode?
Seven’s consolation prize was that Seven News topped the night with 937,000 viewers on a night were nobody cracked the magic million. Already.
Nine only managed a network win by having one extra multichannel than TEN. It won with 26.9% then Seven 26.3%, TEN 24.0%, ABC 16.8% and SBS 5.9%.
Nine News led for Nine with 846,000 / 829,000 then A Current Affair (676,000), RBT (626,000), The Big Bang Theory (615,000 / 509,000), Hot Seat (421,000 / 262,000) and movie: John Wick (331,000).
Seven News (937,000 / 898,000) was #1 for Seven followed by Home and Away (708,000), Mighty Trains (560,000), The Chase (546,000 / 332,000), The Chase: MKR (479,000) and The Investigator: A True Crime Story (320,000).
TEN had a bumper night thanks to I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (910,000) and Gogglebox (725,000). The Project drew 555,000 / 341,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 462,000 and a This is Us replay was 273,000.
ABC News (686,000) led for ABC then Newton’s Law (546,000), 7:30 (539,000), Dream Gardens (532,000) and No Offence (286,000).
On SBS it was Destination Flavour Singapore (177,000), SBS World News (135,000), Food Detectives (177,000) and Deutschland 83 (67,000).
9GO!’s Big Bang was best on multichannels with 192,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 16 February 2017