Over the last three nights Seven’s been flogged by Nine and 10 in total TV share and key demographics as it’s gone up against powerhouse shows like MAFS and Survivor.
And now, it appears Seven is fighting back, coming in second behind Nine in total TV share (24.2 per cent) and second in the 25-54 demographics (24.7 per cent). It narrowly came third behind 10 in the 16-39 demo with 24.3 per cent.
Nine won the night across all key demos with 30.4 per cent total share, 32.3 per cent share in the 25-45 demo and 32.6 per cent across 16-39’s.
10’s night ran thus: total share (18.9 per cent) coming in second behind Nine, 25-54 demo (24.3 per cent) and 16-39 demo (25.5 per cent).
In terms of best rating shows for each of the networks, MAFS did it for Nine once again with 1.01m viewers, news did 758,000, ACA pulled 680,000, the premiere of Doctor Doctor saw 532,000 viewers tune in, while Hot Seat did slightly slower than average with 387,000.
Seven’s night went this way: news (957,000), Home And Away (583,000), The Chase (523,000), MKR (428,000), First Dates Australia (345,000).
10 had a somewhat quiet night compared to the last three nights, with numbers as follows: Survivor (551,000) and The Project (411,000).
Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell did well for the ABC with 592,000 tuning in, while Hard Quiz did 550,000 and Black Comedy pulled 317,000.