Seven dominates on Thursday, Gogglebox wins TEN slot.

Thursday proved to be dominant for Seven winning almost all early evening slots, while TEN’s primary channel landed ahead of Nine. Will it prove enough for Nine to lose their shot at the week?

My Kitchen Rules was the top performer at 1.04m and topping the demos. It was the only show over the magic million, but down on last Thursday.

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here was second in its slot at 705,000 for the elimination of Lisa Oldfield, and 609,000 for the bulk of the show, up slightly on last week. RBT was fourth in its slot behind 7:30 at just 475,000.

Gogglebox took the lead at 9pm with 692,000 well ahead of Unforgotten, Australian Swimming Championships and a movie on Nine.

Seven network won with 31.3% then Nine & TEN tied on 22.9%, ABC 16.2% and SBS 6.8%.

My Kitchen Rules was #1 for Seven at 1.04m followed by Seven News (896,000 / 854,000), Home and Away (640,000), The Chase (519,000 / 335,000) and Australian Swimming Championships (307,000).

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (705,000 / 609,000) led for TEN then Gogglebox (692,000), The Project (498,000 / 333,000), TEN Eyewitness News (406,000) and Family Feud (277,000). Blue Bloods drew 213,000.

Nine News (833,000 / 809,000) was best for Nine followed by A Current Affair (718,000), RBT (475,000), Hot Seat (415,000 / 249,000) and Movie: Fast & Furious 7 (249,000).

ABC News (637,000), 7:30 (482,000), Call the Midwife (475,000), Unforgotten (399,000), The Good Karma Hospital (196,000) and Think Tank (161,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Great British Railway Journeys (250,000), How to Lose Weight Well (144,000), SBS World News (122,000) and Knightfall (85,000).

ONE’s movie Under Siege 2 movie topped multichannels at 158,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 1 March 2018

15 Comments:

    • @HeyJude. Wholeheartedly agree. Love Survivor. I find the only other Reality Show worth watching is The Amazing Race. The Americans leave the Aussies for dead when it comes to producing Reality Shows in my opinion. There’s no comparison and I’m sure neither Survivor or TAR are scripted.

      • To be fair, The Amazing Race Australia was every bit as good as the US (winning an International Emmy) and Australian Survivor albeit dragging out episodes too long, has had some ripping moments. Final challenge of first season knocked it out of the park for drama / visuals / emotion.

        • I agree, David. It is the format and design of the show rather than the country that makes it. Survivor and TAR are great because they have a goal (to win the game) and a succession of challenges to get there. They don’t focus on fake relationships or creating animosity (deliberately) to get there.

      • Wow. 9Go! might save Nine tonight and tomorrow + Attenborough on main channel tomorrow. Though Seven should win tonight easily as normal and who knows how Spartan encore will rate tomorrow, let alone Seven’s multis.

        Goes to show how Thursdays aren’t a ‘give up’ night.

      • Yes, the only reason I knew Unforgotten was back on, was reading about it here on TVT.
        An excellent drama – very underrated.
        Also great to see The Bridge return for its final season. Love this show – Saga is magnificent.

  1. All got a bit bizarre last night on Gogglebox with the goggleboxers watching people on a couch from their couch with Datenight while I was watching all of them from my couch.

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