Seven scores Thursday goal

Last night in primetime Sport was strong, but viewers were also seeking out alternative entertainment, including an SBS doco on Walt Disney and Father Brown mystery on 7TWO.

The Chase was the top entertainment drawcard at 622,000 / 409,000.

AFL drew 457,000 across Seven network. NRL on Nine / 9GEM was 299,000 / 25,000.

7:30 won its slot at 509,000 then Celebrity Gogglebox USA (286,000), Walt Disney (277,000), Territory Cops (252,000 / 235,000 in 3 cities) and The Heights (209,000).

Seven network won Thursday with 31.4% then Nine 25.2%, 10 16.5%, ABC 15.9% and SBS 10.9%.

Seven News was #1 with 1.11m / 1.08m for Seven. Home & Away was 516,000. A Fantastic Beasts movie was 103,000 in 2 cities.

Nine News drew 1.02m / 897,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (624,000) and Hot Seat (532,000 / 347,000). A late Nine News bulletin was 124,000.  Reported Missing was 123,000 in 3 cities.

The Project pulled 489,000 / 325,000 for 10. 10 News First (441,000 / 253,000), Law & Order: SVU (196,000 / 195,000) followed.

ABC News led its slot at 768,000. Sammy J was 329,000, Escape from the City was 323,000 then The Drum (193,000) and Kurt Fearnley’s One Plus One (174,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (198,000), War of the Worlds (155,000) and Mastermind (95,000).

Father Brown on 7TWO topped multichannels at 221,000.

The Morning Show: 158,000 / 94,000
Today Extra: 129,000 / 83,000
Studio 10: 58,000 / 53,000 /

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 6 August 2020

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