Changing Rooms has improved in its second outing without the competition from reality juggernauts, but not a big enough valentine to the network to rescue it from change itself.
The show drew 298,000 -up from Wednesday’s 204,00- still fourth in its slot.
Big Bash League (527,000 / 460,000 / 458,000) won the slot, then 7:30 (504,000), Young Sheldon (475,000 / 411,000) and Escape from the City (447,000).
Seven network won Thursday with 31.7% then Nine 25.6%, 10 18.9%, ABC 16.8% and SBS 7.0%.
Seven News (873,000 / 806,000) was the top ranking show of the night then The Chase (488,000 / 303,000). Big Bash did best for Seven from 8pm until Gogglebox kicked in.
Nine News was best for Nine at 749,000 / 741,000 then A Current Affair (646,000), Hot Seat (378,000 / 234,000) and movie Jason Bourne (312,000).
Gogglebox won its slot on 565,000 and topped the demos for 10 as the top entertainment show of the night then 10 News First (334,000) and The Project (323,000 / 211,000). Pointless drew 181,000.
ABC News (595,000) was best on ABC. Grand Designs Australia drew 345,000, Sammy J was 267,000, The Drum was 161,000 and The Tunnel just 99,000.
On SBS it was Secrets of the Manor House (233,000) but then low numbers elsewhere with SBS World News (94,000), Killer in our Classroom: Never Again (89,000) and False Confessions (65,000).
At 160,000 Peppa Pig was best on multichannels for ABC KIDS.
OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 14 February 2019