Tipping Point tops entertainment on Thursday

ABC scores with grand renovation shows. The Project lets down 10's Taskmaster as a lead in.

Sport on Thursday again saw Seven and Nine screening staggered programming in primetime.

Tipping Point topped entertainment at 754,000 in National TV Audience, outranking The Chase at 731,000.

7:30 was 587,000 followed by Taskmaster Australia (368,000), and DNA Family Secrets (158,000).

Later Restoration Australia pulled 517,000 then Law & Order: SVU (202,000).

Seven’s AFL scored 608,000 with NRL on Nine at 578,000.

Seven News was #1 at 1.36m. Home & Away was 708,000 with Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly (334,000), and Crime Investigation Australia (217,000) where they screened.

Nine News averaged 1.17m then A Current Affair (928,000). RBT was 198,000 with Missing Persons Investigation at 139,000 in select cities.

ABC News drew 856,000. Hard Quiz (421,000), Grand Designs (402,000) and Antiques Roadshow (278,000) followed.

10 News First managed 355,000 for 10 then Deal or No Deal (319,000) and The Project (315,000). A Cheap Seats replay was 102,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (164,000 / 131,000), MasterMind (87,000), Our Law (34,000) and The Responder (29,000).

The Morning Show: 222,000 / 137,000
Today Extra: 180,000 / 123,000

National Total TV: Thursday 30 May 2024

6 Responses

  1. The Project died 3-4 years ago…..yet it is still on air. Pretty sure the producers are owed something by Network 10’s “management” (Management in quotations – u know why)

    Tipping Point just dominating Chase these days in 5city metro

    1. Yes, consistently 10-40k more than the Chase but interestingly, at least on national overnight numbers, the news gap has been consistently (unchanged) mostly at 100-200k in sevens favour. I guess people do use the remote control….

      1. Have you seen 5 city metro ? It is completely slanted (I’m not dismissing country folk, but local news interrupts schedules)….I feel u may not notice the difference

  2. Can 10 please stop the “Live” captions on their Late News stories. It’s not “live”, it was “recorded earlier”. “Live television is a television production broadcast in real-time, as events happen, in the present”.(Wiki)

  3. The Project has lost its way. Last night (Thursday), their lead story was about a Jousting Tournament in Ballarat. There are far more serious stories that needed to be reported on.

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