Gogglebox was the top-performing entertainment show with 540,000 viewers – impressive given the fact that it was competing with B&T’s 30 Under 30 awards.
The show once again increased its numbers, seeing a rise of 4000 from last week according to OzTAM’s metro data.
Seven News was the top-performing show with 939,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 870,000 viewers.
A Current Affair had 647,000 viewers, beating ABC News which had 618,000 viewers.
The Chase was the next best performing entertainment show with 502,000 viewers for Seven, while the Thursday night AFL saw Richmond thwart St Kilda to 469,000 viewers.
The rest of Seven’s night had Home and Away at 409,000 viewers.
For Nine, Hot Seat had 421,000 viewers and the NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and Brisbane Broncos had 388,000 viewers.
Over at 10, The Project had 364,000 viewers, 10 News First had 309,000, Territory Cops had 295,000 and Bondi Rescue had 287,000.
Finally for the ABC, 7.30 had 462,000 viewers and Back Roads had 416,000 viewers.
Seven (all channels) won the night with 31 per cent of the daily share while Nine (all channels) had 26 per cent. Network 10 took out third place with 19 per cent while the ABC Network had 15 per cent.
The SBS had seven per cent.