7mate coverage of AFL last night proved to be a big ANZAC eve drawcard pulling 464,000 viewers and a 10% share -higher than TEN’s primary channel could muster at 9.2%.
Seven screened AFL on its HD channel in some cities leaving MKR and primetime shows in SD.
My Kitchen Rules again topped the night at 1.03m, down on lat week’s 1.32m but still ahead of The Voice on 827,000. 7:30 was third in its slot followed by Who Do You Think You Are? and Bondi Rescue in last place.
Interview with a Mick Fanning chat won its slot at 512,000, down on last week’s debut of 578,000, beating Monash & Me, Hughesy We Have a Problem, Date Night and Insight.
Seven News, ACA and The Chase won their slots.
Seven network won the night with 36.5% then Nine 27.7%, ABC 14.0%, TEN 13.5% and SBS 8.3%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 for Seven with 1.03m then Seven News (907,000 / 852,000), Home and Away (645,000), The Chase (526,000 / 317,000), Interview (512,000) and AFL (7mate: 464,000).
Nine News (902,000 / 882,000) was best for Nine then The Voice (827,000), A Current Affair (814,000), and Hot Seat (478,000 / 289,000). Date Night was just 246,000 and movie: Magic Mike just 124,000.
ABC News (655,000), 7:30 (415,000), General Monash and Me (371,000), The Checkout rpt (341,000), Think Tank (216,000) and Guilty (121,000) comprised ABC’s night.
TEN Eyewitness News (409,000) led for TEN followed by The Project (408,000 / 283,000), Bondi Rescue (302,000 / 294,000), Family Feud (290,000) and Hughesy We Have a Problem (288,000). NCIS: LA drew 207,000.
On SBS it was Who Do You Think You Are? (395,000), Insight (218,000), Dateline (182,000) and SBS World News (128,000).
The Morning Show: 146,000 / 79,000
Today Extra: 121,000 / 63,000
Studio 10: 63,000 / 56,000 /
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 24 April 2018