10’s Australian Survivor has successfully grown its premiere audience, peaking at 768,000 viewers.
The ep saw the Brain team win immunity, forcing the Brawn team to eliminate one of their own. Now, one Brain and one Brawn have been eliminated.
10 also saw success with Have You Been Paying Attention? which continued to perform well with 744,000 viewers.
Looking to other non-news, Seven’s Farmer Wants A Wife – gearing up for the final – had 705,000 viewers while Nine’s Beauty and the Geek had 618,000.
On top overall was Seven News, which had 1,234,000 viewers, followed by Nine News, which had 1,222,000 viewers.
Next was A Current Affair on Nine with 827,000 viewers, followed by ABC News with 809,000.
Also on the ABC was 7.30, which scored 690,000 viewers, whlie Media Watch had 450,000, Four Corners had 435,000 and Courtney Act’s One Plus One had 371,000.
For Seven, Home and Away had 647,000 viewers while The Chase had 627,000.
On Nine was Hot Seat with 580,000.
Finally for 10, The Project had 571,000 and 10 News First had 485,000.
While the Seven Network had 26.3 per cent, winning the daily share, Network 10 made leaps and bounds to beat the Nine Network for second place. 10 had 25.4 per cent of the share while Nine had 24.6 per cent.
Next was the ABC TV Network with 16.8 per cent while the SBS Network had 6.9 per cent.
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