10’s Have You Been Paying Attention? finale has once again pulled solid numbers for the network, reaching 870,000 eyeballs across the five metro cities, according to OzTAM.
Here’s how the rest of the night went.
Nine’s 6pm news bulletin enjoyed a tidy 879,000 eyeballs, while Current Affair did a nice 735,000, while RBT pulled 544,000 and Hot Seat saw 456,000 people tune in.
Following behind 10’s HYBPA (870,000), The Amazing Race Australia saw 609,000 people tune in, while The Project enjoyed 453,000 eyeballs and Just For Laughs did 449,000.
Seven’s news enjoyed 954,000 viewers, Home and Away did well with 611,000, The Chase Australia followed with 541,000, The Rookie did 349,000 while Zumbo’s Just Desserts rose slightly on 356,000.
Across all channels, Seven won the night with 27.5 per cent, beating Nine on 24.7 1 per cent. 10 enjoyed a nice bump from HYBPA with 22.4 per cent, with the ABC following on 18.3 per cent. SBS pulled 7.2 per cent.
In the primary channel, Nine pipped Seven with 17.5 per cent, while Seven earned 16.8 per cent and 10 followed behind on 16.3 per cent.
Demographic breakdown (all channels)
1. 10 (29.7 per cent)
2. Seven (26.4 per cent)
3. Nine (24.1 per cent)
1. 10 (35.1 per cent)
2. Seven (24.3 per cent)
3. Nine (23.7 per cent)
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