Thursday TV Wrap: Gogglebox Return Shines For 10, But Seven Shines Brighter

Thursday TV Wrap: Gogglebox Return Shines For 10, But Seven Shines Brighter

Thursday night saw the return of the ever-popular hit 10 show Gogglebox, drawing a decent 611,000 metro viewers, according to OzTAM data.

Still, it wasn’t enough to put 10 ahead when it came to primary channel audience share. Seven won the night with 20.0 per cent, Nine had 17.2 per cent, the 10 posted 13.9 per cent, ABC did 19.5 per cent and SBS 6.3 per cent

Other popular shows of the night included Seven’s The Chase (568,000), while Nine’s Hot Seat did 469,000, and SBS’s The World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys did 339,000. 

Here’s how the rest of the night ran.

Seven’s news did 1.04m, Home and Away did 357,000, AFL did 334,000 (and post-match did 399,000), and Sunrise did 267,000.

Nine news did 898,000, ACA did 625,000 and NRL did 307,000.

10’s Bachelor did 538,000 The Project did 458,000, and 10 News First did 363,000.

Finally, ABC news did 731,000 and 7.30 did 471,000.

 

 




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