Thursday TV Wrap: Geelong Cats & Port Adelaide AFL Final Scores Massive Points For Seven

Thursday TV Wrap: Geelong Cats & Port Adelaide AFL Final Scores Massive Points For Seven
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The AFL final game which saw Port Adelaide defeat the Geelong Cats scored Seven some major points, with 680,000 viewers tuning in and a massive 25.9 per cent in primary channel share, according to OzTAM metro data.

The pre-match also saw a decent 325,000 viewers tune in.

Nine’s best for the night was RBT with 437,000, while 10’s Gogglebox did 475,000. ABC’s best was Sammy J with 325,000.

Nine did 16.4 per cent in primary channel share, ABC on 9.7 per cent, 10 with 9.4 per cent and SBS did 4.5 per cent.

Here’s how the rest of the night ran.

Over at Seven, news did 931,000, The Chase did 526,000, Home and Away did 275,000 and Sunrise did 251,000.

Nine news did 925,000, ACA did 624,000, Hot Seat did 444,000 and Paradmeics encore did 301,000.

10’s The Project did 409,000, while 10 News First did 278,000.

Finally, ABC news did 686,000 and 7.30 did 466,000.

 

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