AFL kicks goals on Thursday

Thursday night AFL was big for Seven last night with 622,000 viewers, more than half of whom were in Melbourne.

That was higher than anything on the network outside of the 6pm news and pushed the network to a clear win.

MasterChef Australia was the top entertainment show, winning its slot at 663,000 and topping the demos.

Seven network dominated Thursday with 38.4% then Nine 21.8%, 10 18.9%, ABC 13.9% and SBS 7.1%.

Seven News was #1 with 994,000 / 918,000. The Chase  drew 602,000 / 377,000 then Home and Away (575,000 in 4 cities), and Britain’s Got Talent (303,000).

Nine News (880,000 / 826,000) was best for Nine followed by A Current Affair (678,000), Hot Seat (521,000 / 313,000) and in select cities: NRL (309,000), RBT (170,000), Paramedics (152,000) and Kings Cross ER (124,000).

The Project drew 403,000 /252,000 for 10 then 10 News First (379,000), Taboo (309,000) and Celebrity Name Game (223,000). Law & Order: SVU was 145,000.

ABC News (623,000), 7:30 (376,000), Escape from the City (343,000), Sammy J (307,000), The Drum (187,000) and Press (127,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Walking Britain’s Lost Railways (193,000), The Handmaid’s Tale (156,000) and SBS World News (113,000).

Bluey topped multichannels on 236,000 once more.

The Morning Show: 118,000 / 63,000
Today Extra: 90,000 / 49,000
Studio 10: 74,000 / 64,000 / 35,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 13 June 2019

15 Comments:

  1. If you didn’t watch Taboo then I highly suggest you do yourself a favour and check it out. It’s the best show you’ll see all year. Perfect mix of happiness and sadness. Loved it.

  2. For fans of Shetland, series 4 started on BCC First last night. That’s what we watched at 8.30 after Masterchef. A great night’s viewing.

  3. Best figures for Studio 10 in a while. Good to see. Noticed they have inserted extra infomercials near the beginning of the show lately so I’m wondering if they’re struggling to pay the bills.

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