The Seven Network recorded its best Thursday share in seven weeks to win prime time last night as Network 10 shed 4 share points without Gogglebox in its line up. Seven won all markets except Melbourne that was won by Nine. However, for the third consecutive day, 10 won across the key advertising demos.
In 25-54, 10 had 28.6%, ahead of Seven (27.8%), Nine (25.5%), ABC (11.0%) and SBS (7.1%).
In 16-39, 10 had 31.9%, ahead of Seven (27.3%), Nine (24.8%), ABC (9.5%) and SBS (6.5%).
MasterChef topped the entertainment programs despite dropping almost 60,000 from the previous Thursday. Triple Home and Away made the top 10 for Seven ahead of RBT on Nine. Later, Seven’s movie offering had 371,000 and Nine’s 345,000 with a Law and Order: SVU repeat on 10 averaging 268,000.
Outside the top 20 for ABC was Barrie Cassidy’s One Plus One with 238,000 and The Heights on 230,000.
Best for SBS were The World’s Most Beautiful Railway (294,000) and How The Victorians Built Britain (241,000).
Nine is currently averaging 26.6% for this week with Seven on 26.1%. Nine is leading in 25-54 while 10 is ahead in 16-39.
Results for some news program on Thursday:
|22||10||10 NEWS FIRST 6PM||307,000|
|24||Seven||SEVEN NEWS AT 4.30||290,000|
|30||Seven||SEVEN NEWS AT 4||231,000|
|32||Seven||THE LATEST: SEVEN NEWS||226,000|
|33||Nine||NINE’S AFTERNOON NEWS||219,000|
|35||Nine||NINE NEWS: LATE EDITION -THU||204,000|
|37||SBS||SBS WORLD NEWS||200,000|
|71||ABC||ABC NEWS MORNINGS-AM||114,000|
|73||ABC||ABC NEWS AT NOON-PM||113,000|
|74||Seven||SEVEN MORNING NEWS||112,000|
|101||Nine||NINE’S MORNING NEWS||91,000|
|141||ABC NEWS||NEWS BREAKFAST-AM||68,000|
Continue discussion at Thursday 7 May 2020