After the mess that Wednesday night’s leadership challenge made of programming, all was back to normal for Thursday with Nine News taking the evening with 1.385m viewers.
The network managed to continue its ratings success from the previous night that featured Origin, with The Block Sky High taking 1.162m and A Current Affair taking 1.087m. The combined viewership saw the network take 31% of audiences.
Seven scraped in just behind with 30.1% of audiences despite only having two shows in Oztam’s top ten. Seven News saw 1.068m tuning while Home & Away had 740,000.
ABC News returned to its usual viewer numbers with 936,000 tuning in but the network’s audience share went up to 18.2% up from its average 12% thanks to 7.30 and Catalyst taking 745,000 and 581,000 viewers respectively.
Ten’s news was its only program to make the top ten, with the network taking 15.2%, while SBS had 5.5% audience share.
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