10’s Dog House won entertainment for the night, and a wholesome watch is always needed, in my opinion.
In the news, news: Seven News peaked at 870,000 viewers, while Nine News earned 785,000 viewers – Peter’s moving call to action was simply needed.
🗣 “Just talk to someone. You might be surprised how many people you know have the same struggles.”
Well said @PeterOverton 🙌🏽
It sounds simple, but for so many it’s not.
— Zac Bailey (@ZacBailey14) August 11, 2022
Nine’s A Current Affair scored 580,000 viewers – Grimshaw has spent another week being incredible.
Hot Seat grabbed 407,000 viewers. Tipping Point pulled in 289,000 viewers.
Meanwhile, the NRL pulled in 382,000 viewers – The Storm beat the Panthers with barely a scratch on them.
As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, Seven’s The Chase pulled in 540,000 viewers. Meanwhile, Seven’s Front Bar pulled in 375,000 viewers.
Home & Away pulled in 419,000 viewers – these gorgeous people are always having hard times.
10’s The Project grabbed 315,000 viewers – This show delivers news in a way that feels comforting.
Dog House Australia pulled in 438,000 viewers – how does anyone work on this show? And not adopt a dog? And by a dog, I mean forty-eight dogs.
ABC had an intense night with ABC News, netting 578,000 viewers and 7.30 earning 413,000 viewers. Foreign Correspondents brought in 314,000 viewers.
Sammy J grabbed 288,000 viewers – Sammy J is an undeniable talent! Can he host The Logies?
Out on top was the Nine Network with 28.6 per cent. Seven Network was behind with 27.7 per cent of the daily share. Then 10 Network with 17.9 per cent of the share, followed by the ABC Network with 16.9 per cent. In comparison, the SBS had 8.9 per cent.