A tell-all interview with former PM Malcolm Turnbull has done the goods for ABC, with 940,000 Australians tuning in, according to OzTAM metro numbers.
Meanwhile, 10’s MasterChef has ended its one million viewers streak, dipping to 916,000 viewers last night. Lego Masters did well for Nine with 1.04m viewers, while Seven’s House Rules did 559,000.
Nine finished off the night with 23.8 per cent in primary channel share, with ABC ( 16.9 per cent) beating Seven (16.3 per cent) and 10 (13.1 per cent). SBS did 4.0 per cent.
Here’s how the rest of the night went.
The Project did 684,000 and 10 News First did 496,000.
News did 1.2m, ACA did 904,000, Informer 3838 did 644,000 and Hot Seat did 627,000.
News did 1.26m, The Chase Australia did 693,000, and Home and Away did 657,000.
News did 955,000, 7.30 did 968,000, Four Corners did 777,000 and Media Watch did 702,000.
All channels share
Nine won the night across all channels with 30.5 per cent, Seven did 24.0 per cent, ABC did 20.5 per cent, 10 did 18.1 per cent and SBS did 6.8 per cent.
Demographic breakdown (all channels)
- Nine – 34.2 per cent
- 10 – 23.8 per cent
- Seven – 21.3 per cent
- Nine – 32.5 per cent
- 10 – 28.0 per cent
- Seven – 20.6 per cent
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