Seven News tops Thursday

Seven has nabbed another Thursday ratings win, without MKR having to compete against two other big reality shows.

It was Seven News that was #1 with 864,000 / 843,000, in front of Nine News on 756,000 / 739,000.

My Kitchen Rules led with 501,000, defeating 7:30 (486,000), Ambulance Australia (463,000 and winning younger demos) and RBT (428,000).

Later Nine movie London Has Fallen was 304,000, in front of Law and Order: SVU (289,000),  Secrets of Britain (297,000), Modern Family (236,000 / 186,000 from 9pm) and Doctor Who (226,000 from 8pm)

While Sunrise made it into the Top 10 at 275,000 the Today show hit another survey low of just 171,000 -a tie with ABC’s News Breakfast.

Seven network won Thursday with 28.5% then Nine 25.9%, 10 19.8%, ABC 15.7% and SBS 10.1%.

Home and Away was 563,000 for Seven and The Chase drew 457,000 / 295,000.

Also on Nine were A Current Affair (606,000) and Hot Seat (375,000 /244,000).

The Project was 396,000 / 251,0p00 for 10 then 10 News First 310,000 / 194,000, and a second SVU pulled 239,000.

ABC News won its slot with 656,000 for ABC. Sammy J and QI (both 257,000),  Would I Lie To You? (228,000) and The Drum (163,000) also comprised ABC’s night.

Also on SBS were Britain’s Most Historic Towns (224,000), SBS World News (115,000) and The Little Drummer Girl (98,000).

NCIS again led multichannels on 173,000.

The Morning Show: 146,000 / 89,000
Today Extra: 86,000 / 69,000
Studio 10: 56,000 / 51,000 /

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 20 February 2020

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10 Comments:

  1. Hi David, I think you had to say Seven network won Thursday then Nine not Seven again.
    I think Seven now is winning the ratings week once again with the big head start they had with the Fire Fight concert on Sunday, they must be in front by now.?

  2. I thought Pooch Perfect was originally a longer series than 6 X one hours as well…
    Perhaps harsh reality set in once they had filmed the series and worked out what a fun loving gregarious bunch dog groomers are… or not.

  3. 7 Should have chosen to air Pooch Perfect Sundays at 7pm as that would appeal to family viewers. Then air MKR Mon – Thurs which they did this week.

    • Will be interesting to see what they do on March 19th in AFL states when the AFL plays on Seven on Thursdays though. I imagine NRL states will continue as usual.

      • I would imagine Seven are also deciding what to do based on numbers. – if it’s a somewhat hit, schedule it on Sundays and move MKR Mon – Wed. or MKR will just be Sun – Tues with Pooch Perfect Wednesdays, either way, even though Seven have promo’d it to death, the scheduling doesn’t scream confidence in the show.

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