There was another win for Aus, and for Seven, in last night’s Olympics coverage.
The Olyroos beat Argentina in the soccer in a complete shock win, stunning in their first Olympics campaign since 2008. They scored two goals and 627,000 viewers, while Seven’s other Olympic coverage peaked at 464,000.
Once the Olympics officially launches on Friday, all eyes will be on Seven’s numbers to see how they track.
However, rating higher than the Olympics were Home and Away, taking out top spot with 657,000 viewers and The Chase with 634,000.
On top overall was Seven News with 1,263,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 1,126,000. Next was ABC News with 774,000 viewers, followed by A Current Affair with 739,000.
Also in entertainment was The Bachelor, which grew slightly from its premiere on Wednesday to nab 502,000 viewers.
Seven’s night had Home and Away – Late with 595,00 viewers, as well as The Front Bar with 480,000 and The Latest: Seven News with 480,000.
On Nine, Hot Seat had 563,000 viewers while Nine’s Afternoon News had 380,000.
10’s The Project had 530,000 viewers and 10 News First hd 391,000.
Finally, 7.30 scored 656,000 viewers for the ABC while Foreign Correspondent did 446,000.
The Seven Network won the night overall with 34.4 per cent of the daily share, followed by the Nine Network with 25.3 per cent. Network 10 had 17.3 per cent while the ABC TV Network had 15.6 per cent and the SBS Nework had