Seven narrows the gap

Seven has a shot at winning the week, now trailing Nine by just 0.2% with two more nights to come.

That’s due to MAFS screening on 3 rather than 4 nights and the lure of AFL at the back of the week.

Last night Thursday Night AFL drew 675,000 viewers, including on 7mate.

Gogglebox was the top entertainment show of the night at 579,000 and topped 2 demos.

Seven Network won Thursday with 36.0% then Nine 24.9%, 10 17.4%, ABC 14.7% and SBS 7.1%.

Seven News was #1 with 884,000 / 837,000 for Seven. Home & Away was 554,000 in 4 cities then The Chase (518,000 / 343,000) and Better Homes & Gardens (224,000 in 4 cities). Movie: Blended was 120,000 in 3 cities.

Nine News (861,000 / 853,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (548,000 in 4 cities), Hot Seat (459,000 / 267,000), Thursday Night NRL (423,000 in 2 cities) plus Paramedics (224,000 in 3 cities) and New Amsterdam (144,000 / 121,000 in 3 cities).

ABC News (568,000), Budget 2019 (412,000), 7:30 (393,000), Escape from the City (329,000) The Drum (194,000) and Informer (147,000) comprised ABC.

The Project (394,000 / 207,000), 10 News First (357,000), Montreal Comedy Festival (302,000) and Pointless (183,000) comprised 10’s remaining shows.

On SBS it was Splendour & Misery (166,000), Project Blue Book (163,000) and SBS World News (115,000).

Bluey again topped multichannels at 194,000.

The Morning Show: 116,000 / 58,000
Today Extra: 83,000 / 55,000
Studio 10: 67,000 / 45,000 /

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 5 April 2019

5 Comments:

  1. Still do not understand how ‘This is us’ was unable to sustain a strong enough following to stay on the main channel (ch10) in Australia. Such a high quality drama and always very engaging. The end of last night’s season final with the flash forward scene was amazing, raised so many questions.

    • Agree. This is Us is such a great drama …. loved the season final. Guess the next season might show up on Foxtel …. doubt Ten will pay for non CBS product for a secondary channel

  2. Loved “Madam Secretary”. Targeting Australia for not taking “climate change refugees” from the Solomon Islands “who get to Australia by canoes to Indonesia then people smugglers to Australia” (Willis Island, population 4, 280 miles east of Cairns, as set by the opening frames). On the Australian PM “Don’t worry about Australia, they throw out Prime Ministers like confetti down there”. Australian anti-vaxers copped a serve and the US thought it would be a good maneuver to blame Australia for the outbreak of Measles in The Philippines.

    • Loved “Madam Secretary”. Targeting Australia for not taking “climate change refugees” from the Solomon Islands “who get to Australia by canoes to Indonesia then people smugglers to Australia”

      Given the current US President wants to build a wall around the US, the irony is hilarious. but DFAT is spending a lot of money on climate change action in the Solomon Islands

      dfat.gov.au/about-us/publications/Pages/australias-commitment-to-climate-change-action-in-solomon-islands.aspx

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