Gogglebox tops entertainment again. Seven wins Thursday.

Gogglebox best on a quiet Thursday. And a VICELAND title upstages primary channel shows.

Seven edged ahead of Nine last night for their second win of the week in Total People.

Gogglebox again led entertainment at 580,000 metro viewers and topped the demos.

In earlier slots were an extended Home & Away (508,000 / 467,000) then RBT (405,000), 7:30 (387,000), The Bachelorette (344,000), Coastal Devon & Cornwall with Michael Portillo (233,000) and George Floyd: A Killing That Shook the World (201,000).

Meanwhile Paramedics was 328,000 then America’s Got Talent (243,000) and Q+A (227,000).

Seven network won Thursday with 28.6% then Nine 27.3%, 10 20.6%, ABC 14.5% and SBS 9.0%.

Seven News was #1 at 921,000 / 869,000 for Seven. The Chase was 466,000 / 290,000.

Nine News (889,000 / 849,000) was best for Nine. ACA drew 601,000 then Hot Seat (380,000 / 245,000). Love Island managed 148,000.

The Project drew 370,000 / 211,000 for 10. A Cheap Seats replay was 223,000.

ABC News won its slot at 607,000. The Drum (158,000) and a Doctor Who replay followed at 76,000.

Unusually an SBS VICELAND show 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (136,000) landed ahead of  SBS World News (130,000 /  127,000), Red Election (103,000) and The Man Putin Couldn’t Kill (80,000).

9GO! movie Die Another Day led multichannels at 177,000.

Today Extra: 121,000 / 79,000
The Morning Show: 118,000 / 75,000

In Total TV lifts last Thursday were:
Love Island: 476,000
Red Election: 374,000
The Bachelorette: 591,000
Home & Away: 1.13m
Foreign Correspondent: 574,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 4 November 2021

2 Responses

  1. I’ve been recording all the James Bond movies and watching them in order, but the other night I thought why are they skipping Die Another Day? Only occurred to me just in time to check 9GO! and sure enough there it was.

    I don’t really watch live TV so had no idea that the Bond movies would go from 9Gem to 9GO! for Die Another Day and the Nine for the newest ones until searching through EPGs. I’m a few behind, so don’t see the ad flash by while fast forwarding for the next one until its too late.

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