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Home & Away tops entertainment, Nine wins Thursday.

Despite not winning any of its key timeslots, Nine pipped Seven for a Thursday win.

It was another quiet Thursday of viewing with Home & Away as the top entertainment drawcard at 625,000 / 546,000 metro viewers.

Despite not topping any of its timeslots, Nine managed a win for the night -a quiet reminder that share is based on overall viewing from 6pm to midnight.

7:30 was 594,000 then The Bachelor (487,000) and Foreign Correspondent (443,000).

Later The Front Bar was 391,000 across Seven channels then Q+A (337,000).

Thursday Night NRL drew 381,000 across the network.

Nine network won Thursday with 28.1% then Seven 27.9%, 10 18.0%, ABC 17.5% and SBS 8.6%.

Nine News was 1.06m / 976,000 for Nine. A Current Affair drew 694,000 then Hot Seat (514,000 / 342,000). In select cities were RBT (263,000) and Australian Crime Stories (221,000).

Seven News was #1 at 1.15m / 1.1m for Seven. Next were The Chase (611,000 / 364,000) and The Latest at 314,000.

The Project was 529,000 / 308,000 for 10. 10 News First was 383,000 / 258,000 with Law & Order: SVU at 205,000 / 169,000.

ABC News led its slot at 742,000 for ABC.  Sammy J (358,000), The Drum (180,000) and Fake or Fortune? (205,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (191,000 / 134,000), Great Asian Railway Journeys (181,000) and Incredible Journeys with Simon Reeve (123,000). The Good Fight was 61,000.

Coronavirus: Public Update led multichannels at 245,000 on ABC News.

Morning news conferences also helped Today Extra draw (171,000 / 153,000) then The Morning Show (158,000 / 132,000) and Studio 10 (67,000 / 47,000)

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 19 August 2021

10 Responses

  1. I suspect that ACA was a little lower as Tracey did not host last night. To that point, she seems to be having more nights off lately, or is it just me who thinks that?

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