Once again, Gogglebox was the best performing Thursday night show, followed closely by MasterChef which increased its viewership after Wednesday’s ratings.
Gogglebox scored 605,000 viewers, an impressive increase of 65,000 from last week. MasterChef increased by 42,000 viewers to 591,000 overall, as per OzTAM’s metro data. Running the shows back to back was the ratings equivalent of a cheese and tomato toastie – a match of two perfectly paired ingredients.
Coming out on top was Seven News with 936,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 872,000. In third was A Current Affair with 636,000 viewers, followed by ABC News with 631,000.
Home and Away scored 532, 000 viewers for Seven while The Chase nabbed 491,000. Wiggling its way in between the two shows though was ABC’s 7.30, which had 508,000 viewers.
The ABC’s Back Roads last night saw guest host Lisa Millar explore the Central Highlands of Tasmania to 420,000 viewers.
For 10, The Project had 409,000 viewers while 10 News First had 324,000.
Nine’s Hot Seat had 407,000 viewers while last night’s NRL game between the Panthers and the Knights netted 364,000 viewers.
For Seven, The Front Bar scored 309,000 viewers.
It was a tight race between the top three channels for domination of the daily share. Ultimately the Seven Network came out on top with 27 per cent, followed by the Nine Network with 25 per cent and Network 10 with 24 per cent.
The ABC Network had 15 per cent while the SBS Network had seven per cent.
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