Nine’s Married at fight sight came first in entertainment, snagging 913,000 viewers – we love couples arguing, don’t we?
Seven News hit 904,000 viewers while Nine News had 849,000. Nine’s A Current Affair had 663,000 viewers – Grimshaw needs to release her own blazer line.
As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, second in entertainment was Seven’s Winter Olympics peaking at 557,000 viewers. – imagine doing sport while also being cold! Seven’s Home And Away grabbed 487,000 viewers – and as per usual everyone’s relationships are seconds away from crumbling! Meanwhile, The Chase earned 470,000 viewers.
For Nine, The Hundred With Andy Lee hit 450,000 viewers and honestly I think Lee should also be a morning show host! Hot Seat hit 385,000 viewers and Tipping Point hit 285,000 viewers.
Meanwhile, for 10, Australian Survivors snagged 500,000 viewers and The Project hit 362,000 viewers – honestly counting down the days until winter hits so I can buy another one of Carrie’s beanies!
Finally, ABC had a very solid night with ABC News, netting 616,000 viewers, 7.30 nabbing, 472,000 viewers.
Out on top was the Seven Network with 33.1 per cent. Nine Network was just behind with 30.2 per cent of the daily share, followed closely by the 10 Network with 17.3 per cent. Next was ABC Network with 12.5 per cent of the share, while the SBS had 6.9 per cent.