Thursday TV Wrap: 10’s Gogglebox Holds Strong But Seven Wins The Night

Thursday TV Wrap: 10’s Gogglebox Holds Strong But Seven Wins The Night

Thursday night saw 604,000 metro viewings tune into 10’s Gogglebox, which is only a slight dip on last week’s 611,000 debut, according to OzTAM data.

And, while The Bachelor also did okayish on 561,000, and with a decent effort from The Project on 500,000, it wasn’t enough for 10 to secure the primary channel win.

Those honours went to Seven, with 18.0 per cent primary audience share. Nine came in second on 16.9 per cent, while 10 got bronze with 14.6 per cent. ABC did 9.1 per cent and SBS did 7.4 per cent.

Over at Seven, news did 1.04m, The Chase did 550,000, Home and Away did 341,000, and Sunrise did 266,000.

Nine news did 868,000, ACA did 635,000, Hot Seat did 458,000 and NRL did 329,000.

Finally, ABC news did 635,000, 7.30 did 483,000 and Sammy J did 324,000. Meanwhile, SBS’ The World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys did 313,000.

 

 

 




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