TV Wrap Thursday: No Roses For The Bachelorette As It Fails To Crack The Top 20

TV Wrap Thursday: No Roses For The Bachelorette As It Fails To Crack The Top 20

Seven’s Home And Away won the night in entertainment racking in 464,000 viewers – proving the power of drama with a view!

Meanwhile, 10’s Bachelorette failed to crack the top 20 pulling in 270,000, honestly, it’s surprising the show hasn’t found more of a devoted audience, there were petitions for Brooke to be Bachelorette!

Still, it’s worth noting it was a double episode last night, and that #BacheloretteAU trended #1 on Twitter in Australia last night. 

In news, news, Seven News hit 859,000 viewers while Nine News had 812,000. Nine’s A Current Affair held strong with 616,000 viewers. 

As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, second in entertainment was Seven’s, The Chase, performing steadily with 447,000 viewers. 

Third, in entertainment was Nine’s RBT with 439,000, something about watching people get breath tested makes for nail-biting television. followed by Nine’s Hot Seat that earned 381,000.
Meanwhile, On 10, The Projects snagged 363,000, honestly, Carrie Bickmore is a national treasure.  10 News First grabbed 290,000 viewers.
For Seven, Secrets Of UFOs hit 301,000 and Home And Away Late managed to snag 437,000 – unfortunately I can provide no numbers on how many people believe in aliens. 
Finally, ABC got solid numbers for 7.30 netting with 468,000 and Q+A racked in 284,000
Seven took the lead with 29.3 per cent. Nine wasn’t far behind with 27.9 per cent of the daily share. Followed by the 10 Network with 16.5 per cent, which only just beat out The  ABC Network that took home a16.4 per cent of the share, while the SBS network held 9.9 per cent.
Looking now to OzTAM’s total tv report for Thursday, November 11th, the top-performing program was Seven News with a total audience of 1,486,000 viewers (metro: 900,000 regional: 556,000, BVOD: 29,000)
Nine News racked in 1,181,000 viewers (metro: 812,000 regional: 323,000, BVOD: 29,000), followed by Home And Away at 1,052,000 (metro: 501,000, regional: 354,000, BVOD: 139,000).
And, once again, the show with the highest lift on overnight was Love Island Australia at 167 per cent, bringing it to a total audience of 529,000 (metro: 150,000, regional: 48,000, BVOD: 268,000).



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