10 tops entertainment, SBS nearly beats ABC.

Gogglebox was the top entertainment show last night at 631,000 -the only entertainment show above 600,000 metro viewers.

10 also led at 7:30 with The Bachelor (570,000) then 7:30 (480,000) and The World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys (344,00).

Seven’s AFL drew 497,000 across the network and led multichannels, with NRL on Nine at 306,000 / 20,000.

Seven network won Thursday with 29.7% then Nine 24.2%, 10 21.1%, ABC 13.6% and SBS 11.5%.

Seven News was #1 at 997,000 / 904,000 for Seven. The Chase was 563,000 / 350,000 then Home and Away (445,000 across the network). The Front Bar was 361,000 and America’s Got Talent at 198,000 across the network.

Nine News led for Nine at 978,000 / 931,000 followed by A Current Affair (630,000) and Hot Seat (493,000 / 286,000). Confessions Of A Serial Killer was 111,000 across the network.

The Project drew 505,000 / 316,000 for 10. 10 News First was 344,000 / 201,000 for 10. Law & Order: SVU was 240,000.

ABC News led its slot at 718,000 for ABC. Sammy J pulled 313,000 then Escape from the City (272,000), The Heights (193,000), The Drum (184,000) and Kurt Fearnley’s One Plus One (140,000).

On SBS it was Secrets of the Tower of London (211,000), SBS World News (181,000) and Tour De France (161,000).

The Morning Show: 158,000 / 93,000
Today Extra: 103,000 / 79,000
Studio 10: 46,000 / 42,000 /

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 10 September 2020

7 Comments:

    • Strange isn’t it. But i guess curfew kicks in at 8pm and there isn’t much change to ratings pre curfew at that time. Its the 6-8pm slots hurting (except for news) as everyone is obviously out getting their business done.

      • I wonder how many streaming Survivor South Africa or NZ today, and what numbers South African version might have done on a Thursday as something different.

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