Commonwealth Games action again dominated viewing last night, lifting to 1.45m / 1.34m in primetime. They are the biggest numbers since the Opening Ceremony last week.
The audience was biggest in Melbourne, but Brissy figures have been consistently high since last Wednesday.
All the attention was on the primary channel with 7TWO’s best numbers just 169,000 -although the share still topped multichannels.
Young Sheldon was the best in entertainment offerings, ahead of Bachelor in Paradise.
A Seven News (1.08m) win also helped the network to a 41.2% share then Nine 21.8%, TEN 16.3%, ABC 14.7% and SBS 5.9%.
Nine News (1.01m/ 1.01m) was best for Nine then Young Sheldon (767,000), A Current Affair (746,000), The Big Bang Theory (656,000), Hot Seat (547,000 / 325,000)
Bachelor in Paradise (673,000) led for TEN followed by The Project (490,000 / 332,000), TEN Eyewitness News (428,000), Family Feud (297,000) and Law and Order: SVU (292,000 / 197,000).
ABC News (677,000), Four Corners (627,000), Australian Story (533,000), Media Watch (521,000), 7:30 (449,000), Q&A (315,000) and Think Tank (194,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Leonardo: The Man Who Saved Science (247,000), The Bomb (150,000) and SBS World News (145,000).
The Justine Clarke Show on ABC KIDS topped multichannels at 171,000.
News Breakfast: (TBA)
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 9 April 2018