The Amazing Race was the nation’s most viewed entertainment show of the night, just beating the ABC’s Quoll Farm, a documentary about a family of elusive Tasmanian marsupials.
According to OzTAM metro numbers, Channel 10’s Amazing Race saw its best viewership of the season with 564,000 viewers, making it the fourth most-watched show of the night, and the best-performing entertainment show.
It was beaten by Seven News, which topped the charts at 988,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 916,000 viewers and ABC News with 702,000.
After the Amazing Race came the ABC’s Quoll Farm, a documentary about one filmmaker’s year spent on an abandoned farm in Tasmania, filming a family of eastern quolls. Eastern quolls are only found in Tasmania and are rarely seen by humans. Clearly, the adorable marsupials were popular as the documentary saw 530,000 viewers.
Nine’s Australian Open Pre-Match has 346,000 viewers and peaked at 518,000 viewers for the night session, where Novak Djokovic beat Milos Raconic in four sets.
For Seven, Holy Moley had 510, 000 viewers while the movie Shooter had 310,000.
The Sunday Project received 475,000 viewers for Channel 10, followed by News First with 343, 000 and FBI: Most Wanted with 245,000.
The ABC’s medical drama Harrow had 490,000 viewers while Silent Witness had 291,000, followed by Insiders with 282,000.
Overall, Nine (all channels) performed best with twenty-eight percent of the daily share, followed by Seven (all channels) with twenty-seven percent. Network 10 took bronze with nineteen percent, followed by the ABC (all channels) with seventeen percent and the SBS network with seven percent of the daily share.
SBS’s best performing shows were SBS World News with 254, 000 viewers and Anne: The Princess Royal at Seventy with 250,000.
Image Credit: ABC, Quoll Farm
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