It’s lucky social media doesn’t equate to OzTAM ratings.
Seven’s new panel show Behave Yourself copped a bit of a hiding last night with many citing it as an unfunny Have You Been Paying Attention? Officially, it drew 510,000 viewers in a 9pm timeslot but from next week it will need to do some heavy lifting when it moves to a 7:30 slot on Tuesdays.
Nevertheless Seven was out in front thanks largely to Seven News and House Rules winning their slots. The penultimate episode of the renovation show drew 976,000 viewers, enough to top MasterChef‘s 879,000 and an underwhelming 20 to One (493,000) -which trailed 7:30.
Shark Tank led over ABC’s Diana special and Love Child – will the show get a renewal? TEN topped the demos again and pipped Nine in primary channel share.
SBS doco Queen Victoria’s Slum could well top its week at 359,000.
Seven network won with 30.3% then Nine 24.6%, TEN 23.1%, ABC 13.9% and SBS 8.0%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.09m / 1.07m followed by House Rules (976,000), Home and Away (732,000), The Chase (643,000 / 402,000) and Behave Yourself (510,000). Wimbledon drew 376,000.
Nine News (1.02m / 993,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (878,000), Love Child (532,000), Hot Seat (527,000 / 297,000) and 20 to One (493,000). Operation Thailand was 301,000.
MasterChef Australia (879,000), Shark Tank (725,000), The Project (609,000 / 412,000), TEN Eyewitness News (524,000), Family Feud (390,000) and NCIS (338,000).
ABC News (746,000), Diana: Seven Days that Shook the World (541,000), 7:30 (512,000), Ask the Doctor (360,000), Foreign Correspondent (305,000) and Grand Designs (239,000) comprised ABC’s evening.
On SBS it was Michael Mosley: Queen Victoria’s Slum (359,000), Insight (224,000), Dateline (184,000), Tour de France (155,000) and SBS World News (138,000).
Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom again lorded over the multichannels at 215,000.
Today Extra: 151,000 / 80,000
The Morning Show: 131,000 / 72,000
Studio 10: 83,000 / 56,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 4 July 2017