Tennis helps Seven win night

Tennis helps Seven win night
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The second night of the Australian Open was the most watched non-news show in Australia last night, but it could only muster fifth place overall in the OzTam Overnight ratings.

Seven’s broadcast pulled in 917,000 viewers, with the ABC dominating spots six to ten in the top ten, with a repeat of QI (772,000) and New Tricks (837,000) beating Nine’s two The Big Bang Theory episodes (515,000 and 509,000).

Nine News won the night as the only show to get over a million (1.106m), with Ten’s best shot being News at Five (650,000) then Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals (470,000).

Seven won total network share with 31.1%, ahead of Nine’s 23.7%, ABC’s 20.3%, Ten on 17.9% and SBS on 7%.

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