Nine has won the night across all channels, while also taking out the number one spot in the primary channel, according to OzTAM metro numbers.
Over at the ABC, it appears Aussies are falling love with its newest show about dating with autism, with episode two of Love on The Spectrum pulling 453,000 viewers.
Here’s how the rest of the night ran.
Nine’s 6pm news bulletin enjoyed a tidy 842,000 eyeballs, while Current Affair did a nice 718,000. Young Sheldon pulled 470,000 and Hot Seat saw 455,000 viewers tune in. A screening of Thor: Ragnarok saw 354,000 people tuned in to see Chris Hemsworth in all his glory.
10 enjoyed the following results: The Amazing Race Australia (546,000) The Project (428,000) and One Born Every Minute (342,000).
Seven’s night ran thus: Seven news (965,000), The Chase Australia (508,000) and Zumbo’s Just Desserts (341,000)
Love on The Spectrum pulled a decent 453,000, while Dream Gardens also did well on 387,000.
Across all channels, Nine overtook Seven with 27.8 per cent and 26.5 per cent respectively. 10 was slightly down on the night prior with 18.7 per cent, with the ABC following on 17.3 per cent. SBS pulled 9.7 per cent.
In the primary channel, Nine was on top for another night in a row on 19.2 per cent. Seven pulled 17.0 per cent, while 10 followed with 11.8 per cent.
Demographic breakdown (all channels)
1. Nine (27.8 per cent)
2. Seven (26.5 per cent)
3. 10 ( 24.5 per cent)
1. 10 ( 27.4 per cent) + Seven (27.4 per cent)
2. Nine (26.1 per cent)