Nine scores with ACA, NRL, Seven wins Thursday.

The Chase tops entertainment on another quiet Thursday.

The Chase topped entertainment at 700,000 viewers in National TV Audience on Thursday.

7:30 drew 635,000 in its slot followed by Jamie’s Air Meal Fryers (442,000) and Foreign Correspondent (438,000).

Later Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia (which ran some years ago on Seven) was 387,000 then Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly (301,000 in select cities) and Law & Order: SVU (186,000).

Thursday Night NRL (687,000) outranked Seven’s AFL at 585,000, with Nine having a BVOD rights advantage Seven doesn’t yet enjoy.

Seven News was #1 at 1.32m. Home & Away was 665,000. America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League managed 130,000.

Nine News averaged 1.11m for Nine then A Current Affair at 926,000 and Tipping Point (671,000). Elsewhere were Mega Zoo (153,000) and Westgate Bridge Disaster (146,000) replays.

ABC News was 806,000. Replays of Hard Quiz (385,000) and Antiques Roadshow (260,000) followed.

The Project pulled 353,000 then Deal or No Deal (337,000) and 10 News First (311,000).

SBS shows are TBA.

The Morning Show: 225,000 /
Today Extra: 172,000 /

National Total TV: Thursday 2 May 2024

3 Responses

  1. I know that Crows-Power game was a sellout at Adelaide Oval and is Number 1 show in Adelaide. However, the average Linear ratings are a bit of a concern and were beaten by the NRL. This problem is due to 7+ not having live straming of the game. However, come late Sep 2024 and will see 7+ enable live streaming of the AFL matches. I hope that the BVOD figures will rise next year.

  2. Seven’s Adelaide share would’ve been humongous, given the ‘Showdown’, however perhaps not so elsewhere, even Melbourne, was actually a good rare opportunity for other networks to capitalise. Given Seven’s shares were still well in front, I wouldn’t be surprised if a few entire networks in the city of churches were in single digits!

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