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Gogglebox leads entertainment, Seven wins Thursday.

Ratings: AFL helped Seven lead across all timeslots last night after 7:30pm.

AFL has again proved a boon for Seven. The only time the network was not leading last night was between 6:30 – 7:30pm.

AFL averaged 627,000 viewers, including with 7mate, and topped the younger demos.

Gogglebox was the top entertainment show of the night at 584,000, up on last week and topping 25-54 demos.

ABC’s second How to Sell a Massacre was 458,000, down on part one which was 595,000.

Seven network won Thursday with 35.4% then Nine 24.8%, 10 17.4%, ABC 14.8% and SBS 7.6%.

Seven News was #1 with 853,000 / 715,000. The Chase was 487,000 / 338,000 then, Home & Away (383,000 including late screening), Better Homes & Gardens (331,000 in 3 cities) and movie: The Blind Side (189,000 in 3 cities).

Nine News (803,000 / 789,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (478,000 in 4 cities), Thursday Night NRL (456,000) and Hot Seat (431,000 / 278,000). Also in select cities were RBT (197,000), NRL Golden Point (162,000) and New Amsterdam (142,000).

Outside of Gogglebox, The Project drew 355,000 / 238,000, then 10 News First (372,000), Show Me the Movie! (307,000), Hughesy We Have a Problem (249,000) and Pointless (195,000).

ABC News (596,000), 7:30 (517,000), Sammy J (324,000), The Drum (199,000), and Informer (147,000) comprised ABC’s other shows.

On SBS it was Project Blue Book (207,000 / 181,000), Great British Royal Ships (183,000) and SBS World News (122,000).

7TWO’s Father Brown topped multichannels at 166,000.

The Morning Show: 138,000 / 91,000
Today Extra: 94,000 / 57,000
Studio 10: 46,000 / 44,000 / 31,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 28 March 2019

15 Responses

  1. Sad to see Studio10 with such low numbers. After being a fan of Angela Bishops entertainment reporting over many years, I do not like many of the snide remarks she makes at times. An example was after the show had Mark Latham as a guest. The next day at the beginning of the show Angela says she had the chair he sat on fumigated. Unnecessary comment and drags the show down for me.

  2. Seeing as you’re including “Golden Point” (which is the NRL post game scheduled for 9:45pm), are you able to please provide the like-for-like “AFL Post Game” (even just Melbourne and Adelaide) scheduled for 10pm?

    Always wondered how many stay watching the wrap.

      1. Thank you.

        Haha yes it’s a new post game wrap Nine made to extend post coverage, although viewers in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth can’t even watch it for some reason (going straight to a movie on 9GEM around 9:45pm)

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