Thursday proved a night of mixed fortunes for 10. The Bachelorette (642,000) was the most watched entertainment show of the night, while Trial By Kyle (292,000) looks like it could soon be sent to ratings prison.
Despite the fluctuations, 10 managed 19.9 per cent of all of last night’s eyeballs according to OzTAM metro numbers. The put the network third behind Seven’s 27.8 per cent and Nine’s 25.9 per cent. The ABC did 18.3 per cent and SBS pulled 8.1 per cent.
Seven’s 6pm news was the most watched show of the night with 835,000. Nine’s news did 763,000 and ACA had 631,000.
Other highlights for Seven included The Chase (485,000), Home And Away (457,000) and The Good Doctor (448,000).
Nine’s Love Island continues its sharp downwards spiral, it managed just 281,000 on the main channel. While RBT did 475,000.
The ABC’s Thursday ran this way: 7pm news (614,000), 7.30 (456,000), Escape From The City (392,000) and Vera (353,000).
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