The Bachelor, Gogglebox gives 10 best night all year

The Bachelor drew 936,000 for the bulk of its finale rising to 1.17m for the moment Matt chose Chelsie.

It dominated its competition Home and Away (537,000 from 7pm), 7:30 (468,000), RBT (449,000) and Escape from the City (391,000).

No surprises it was down on The Honey Badger’s train-wreck finale in 2018 which was 1.07m / 1.33m.

Bu together with Gogglebox easily winning its late slot at 759,000, 10 enjoyed its best night all year and led in primary channels. It only missed claiming the night by less than 1%.

Seven network won Thursday with 28.0% then 10 27.5%, Nine 22.4%, ABC 15.45 and SBS 6.7%.

Seven News won its slot with 908,000 / 895,000 for Seven then The Chase (484,000 / 304,000). The Front Bar was 393,000 and The Latest (330,000).

The Project was 533,000 / 269,000 for 10 then 10 News First (352,000). Carpool Karaoke Special with Celine Dion was 214,000 and Celebrity Name Game was 199,000.

Nine News (811,000 / 762,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (668,000). Hot Seat was 405,000 / 252,000, then Paramedics (197,000 in 2 cities) and Queen: Days of our Lives (138,000 in 3 cities).

ABC News pulled 607,000 for ABC, Vera was 267,000 and The Drum drew 144,000.

On SBS it was Secrets of the Rolls Royce Luxury Car (154,000), Going Places with Ernie Dingo (147,000), SBS World News (130,000), Gourmet Farmer (129,000) and Mastermind (78,000). Riviera was just 47,000.

Becca’s Bunch on ABC KIDS led multichannels at 147,000.

The Morning Show: 134,000 / 75,000
Today Extra: 96,000 / 59,000
Studio 10: 48,000 / 43,000 /

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 19 September 2019

15 Comments:

    • Jᴏʜɴɴʏ 1ᴘ5

      Yeah I read that a few days ago as well, be interesting to see if it is indeed announced in their Upfronts on October 10 as really what MTV is now is kind of what they envisaged 10PEACH to be when they launched it (wonder if The Loop will move there).

      Going back in April when Viacom bought streamer Pluto TV (and made it no longer available here), they put specially curated versions of Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon and Nick Jr., on there. At that time as the talk of the merger of CBS/Viacom was happening I ponder if we’d end up with a Multi Channel on TEN of a combined Nick Jr., Nickelodeon and Nick At Nite to compete with the ABC ones that often top the Multi Ratings, however it seems not.

      TEN are almost in the position to do a Foxtel and have a 10Hits and 10Funny as well once this Viacom merger goes through, pickup up a few of the CW shows, even if just replay rights like…

  1. 10’s been doing well lately with these shows – think that they’re slowly but surely gaining back their former audiences and could soon be the ‘Summer winner’ they had hoped to be last year.

  2. David.

    That’s awesome for 10!

    “Best night”
    Meaning highest channel share, highest network share, or most watched in overall viewers for the channel
    Or network?

  3. Very difficult to see why SBS is persisting with ‘Riviera’-‘Bosch’ deserves the earlier slot with the other show bumped to very late night instead-also Sam Bee’s show has been relegated to late night filler territory, not sure why.

  4. Now its no secret I am a big fan of Masked Singer but ohhhhh those constant adds adds adds are really starting to drive me crazy. Nearly enough to turn me off it. I know the judges are going to drive me crazy too !

  5. Good on 10! With 2 channels less that 7, a shame they didn’t win the night.
    On another note, is it just me, or does it seem that there are more channels, with more options, but still not a lot that appeals, with a majority of repeats and often unsavoury overseas drivel.

      • Jᴏʜɴɴʏ 1ᴘ5

        Hope so, they need to keep the pace up through to Dancing With The Stars (Mid Feb again maybe) as if that is anything like last year it deserves better ratings. The Bachelorette should help things along as well, then I’m A Celebrity mid Jan again I’m guessing as if Seven are pinning everything on The Olympics, then next year is their chance.Especially with the Women’s T20 World Cup on Nine from Feb 21st, so that will likely get promoted during the Aust Open which is a week later this year Jan 20th to Feb 02nd, so they can really set-up as the alternative (Cricket on 7).

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