Dynamo does the trick for Seven

Dynamo does the trick for Seven
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Dynamo: Magician Impossible put on another good show for Seven last night, as the top non-news program on free-to-air TV.

The British magician pulled in an audience of 938,000 Aussies, making it the fifth most-watched show, according to figures from Oztam.

Nine News and Seven News topped the rankings, with 1.214 million and 1.192 million people tuning in respectively. They were followed by Today Tonight on Seven and Nine’s A Current Affair.

The second episode of pre-election four-part series Kitchen Cabinet, on ABC1, performed will for the network again, with 892,000 people tuning in, putting it in eighth spot. Last night, host Annabel Crabb was invited into Kevin Rudd’s Brisbane home for high tea.

And the ABC’s Upper Middle Bogan also made it into the top 10, in ninth place with an audience of 881,000.

Big Brother, on Nine, was just inched out of the top 10, coming in 11th with 786,000 Big Brother fans watching.

Completing the top 10 were ABC News (sixth place, 936,000 people tuning in), Home and Away on Seven (seventh place, 901,000 people) and 7.30 on ABC1 (10th place, 792,000 people). 

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