Thursday TV Ratings: Home And Away Wins For Entertainment

Thursday TV Ratings: Home And Away Wins For Entertainment

Seven’s Home and Away was the most-watched entertainment show last night with a total of 421,000 metro viewers watching.

The Chase Australia, also Seven, came in second with 412,000 metro views, and Network 10’s Gogglebox had 405,000 viewers watch.

Seven news was the most watched show overall with 721,000 metro viewers signing up to watch, second was Nine News with peak views of 649,000 people.

Nine had the largest channel share of the night with 29.3 per cent, followed by Seven with 25.2 per cent, Network 10 with 19.7 per cent, ABC with 16.2 per cent and SBS with 9.6 percent.

                                                       Daily Channel Share

Nine NetworkSeven NetworkNetwork 10ABC TV NetworkSBS Network
29.3%25.2%19.7%16.2%9.6%

 

                                               Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)

No.

Show 

Channel 

Metro Views 

1SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Seven Network721,000
2SEVEN NEWSSeven Network718,000
3NINE NEWSNine Network649,000
4NINE NEWS 6:30Nine Network640,000
5ABC NEWS-EVABC TV517,000
6HOME AND AWAYSeven Network421,000
7THE CHASE AUSTRALIASeven Network412,000
8GOGGLEBOXNetwork 10405,000
97.30-EVABC TV387,000
10A CURRENT AFFAIRNine Network379,000

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