MKR, Home & Away and Gogglebox were Thursday’s top entertainment shows in a night that belonged to Seven.
My Kitchen Rules topped the night at 945,000 down slightly on last week’s 954,000, but with a win in the demos. It was well ahead of 7:30, Thursday Night NRL and Montreal Comedy Festival.
Gogglebox pulled 554,000, down on last week’s 602,000, although other timeslot comparisons are just too messy to attempt.
The AFL Footy Show was on par with its performance last week in Melbourne at 174,000 but the NRL edition dropped in Sydney from 110,000 to 82,000. In Brissy the dip was slighter, down by 8000.
ABC News enjoyed a timeslot win, thanks partly to no ACA in Brisbane because of NRL. It was a tough night for SBS with trains still the best performer.
Seven network won Thursday with 32.9% then Nine 25.6%, TEN 17.7%, ABC 17.3% and SBS 6.5%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 with 945,000 for Seven then Seven News (921,000 / 850,000), Home and Away (586,000), The Chase (502,000 / 321,000) and Gordon on Cocaine (415,000). Ramsay’s Hotel Hell was 225,000.
Nine News (791,000 / 783,000), A Current Affair (579,000 in 4 cities), Hot Seat (424,000 / 236,000), The Footy Show (401,000) and Thursday Night NRL (377,000 in 2 cities). RBT was 270,000 in 3 cities.
Gogglebox was best for TEN with 554,000 then The Project (449,000 / 272,000), TEN Eyewitness News (398,000) and Montreal Comedy Festival (317,000). Family Feud drew 258,000 and Blue Bloods was 215,000.
ABC News won its slot with 653,000 then 7:30 (538,000), Call the Midwife (491,000), Unforgotten (349,000), The Good Karma Hospital (192,000) and Think Tank (184,000).
On SBS it was Great British Railway Journeys (224,000), SBS World News (130,000), Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail (119,000), How to Lose Weight Well (101,000) and Knightfall (73,000).
Peppa Pig pounced on multichannels at 152,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 15 March 2018.