Bachelorette tops Thursday, Glitch down for ABC.
Ratings: Nine leads in primary channel share but multichannels help Seven take Thursday.
With no competition from that renovation show, The Bachelorette lifted marginally last night to 978,000 viewers, and topped all 3 demos.
That was well in front of RBT and 7:30 while Seven ran varying titles in different markets.
Sophie Monk also helped The Wrong Girl to a boost, up from 423,00 to 477,000 while Seven and Nine were already playing out sporting shows in respective cities.
Technically The Front Bar‘s 333,000 was ahead of AFL Footy Show‘s 295,000 (including in Melbourne), although at a shorter playout.
ABC’s Glitch slipped from 329,000 to 235,000 -perhaps its key audience is already feeding on all eps available at iview.
Seven News and ACA both won their slots.
While Nine led in primary channel share, Seven network won Thursday with 28.5% then Nine 26.7%, TEN 22.5%, ABC 14.6% and SBS 7.7%.
Seven News topped Thursday with 926,000 / 944,000 then Home and Away (678,000), The Chase (563,000 / 360,000), Make You LOL (418,000), Footy’s Funniest (361,000 in 3 cities), The Front Bar (333,000 in 3 cities). World’s Deadliest Weather was 230,000.
Nine News (873,000 / 868,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (686,000), RBT (562,000), Hot Seat (426,000 / 252,000), AFL Footy Show (295,000 in 3 cities). The NRL Footy Show was 226,000 in 2 cities.
The Bachelorette was #1 for TEN with 978,000 followed by The Project (589,000 / 378,000), The Wrong Girl (477,000), TEN Eyewitness News (437,000) and Family Feud (304,000).
ABC News (677,000), 7:30 (484,000), Short Cuts to Glory: Matt Okine vs Food (258,000), Glitch (235,000), Grand Designs (177,000) and The Detectives (145,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Great British Railway Journeys (309,000), Gourmet Farmer (258,000), Junk Food Kids (162,000) and SBS World News (144,000). Versailles was 94,000.
7TWO’s Murdoch Mysteries topped multichannels with 232,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 21 September 2017