Lowest audience for Super Fun Night

Lowest audience for Super Fun Night
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Super Fun Night had its lowest audience to date last night for its 8pm timeslot on Nine with less than 500,000 people tuning in.

This has been the first time the show has hit under 500,000 and the audience is down 42% from its launch episode which saw almost 850,000 people watching the new comedy.

Seven won the top place last night with a combined total of 26.9% of the viewers, just managing to beat out Nine who received a combined total of 24.7%, according to OzTam’s preliminary metro ratings.

However, Nine’s primary channel had a larger share than Seven’s with 18.5% compared to 17.7%.

Helping to bring Seven to the top was Better Homes and Gardens Summer at 7pm which saw almost 700,000 viewers and a Fresh Aussie Christmas at 7.30pm where James Tobin and Bridgette Palme show you how to make Christmas cooking and entertaining easy.

ABC came in third with a combined total of 21.9% with its primary channel, ABC1, bringing in 14%.

Ten followed behind with a combined total of 18.7% with its primary channel pulling in 12.3%.

SBS took fifth place with a combined total of 7.8% with its primary channel, SBS1, taking 6.3%.

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