Nine wins quiet Thursday

Thursday was quiet in terms of audience numbers but the night went to Nine.

The Australian Open averaged 633,000 / 463,000 for Nine.

In early evening slots it was 7:30 (522,000), Back Roads (454,000), Ambulance Australia (268,000) and The World’s Greatest Palaces (207,000).

Later Wife Swap Australia debuted to 346,000 for Seven then Q+A (294,000) -just 4,000 above last week’s season debut in a new slot.

Nine won Thursday with 32.1% then Seven 25.4%, 10 16.8%, ABC 16.4% and SBS 9.2%.

Nine News (892,000 / 845,000) was best for Nine.

Seven News was #1 at 899,000 / 875,000. The Chase pulled 461,000 / 300,000, and an extended Home & Away averaged 442,000.  Busted in Bangkok was just 158,000.

The Project drew 407,000 / 237,000 for 10. 10 News First was 340,000 / 201,000 and Law & Order: SVU was 211,000 / 208,000.

ABC News won its slot at 688,000. The Drum was 157,000 and The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty was 127,000.

On SBS it was The Truth About Cosmetic Treatments (176,000), SBS World News (159,000 / 138,000), World on Fire (79,000) and Mastermind (48,000).

Bluey topped multichannels at 189,000.

The Morning Show: 122,000 / 77,000
Studio 10: 41,000 / 31,000 / 31,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 11 February 2021

3 Comments:

  1. I thought Q&A was excellent last night. Excellent guests, intelligent debate and very informative. Pity more people weren’t watching, or perhaps they were watching on iview. Or, maybe it’s just not suited to Thursday night.

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