AFL Finals brings big Thursday win for Seven

AFL Finals brings big Thursday win for Seven

AFL Finals got underway on Seven last night, screening on the primary channel in all states.

It proved to be a winner for the network with 733,000 metro viewers, more than half of whom were in Melbourne given the Collingwood v Melb. match.

The Chase also topped entertainment at 493,000 / 312,000.

Gogglebox scored 420,000 for 10.

Earlier Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia wrapped at 333,000 / 279,000 then 7:30 (279,000), Foreign Correspondent (177,000) and Great Australian Walks with Julia Zemiro (170,000).

Seven network easily won Thursday with 39.4% then Nine 23.1%, 10 17.2%, ABC 12.5% and SBS 7.8%.

Seven News was #1 at 805,000 / 803,000.

Nine News (744,000 / 729,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair pulled 594,000 then Hot Seat (335,000 / 207,000). In select cities were Emergency (119,000), RBT (116,000), Casualty (99,000). Thursday Night NRLW was 116,000 across the network.

The Project drew 236,000 / 172,000. 10 News First was 220,000 / 146,000. A Cheap Seats replay drew 60,000.

ABC News was 429,000. Extraordinary Escapes (139,000), The Drum (119,000) and Grand Designs NZ (116,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (137,000 / 108,000), Eva Longoria: Searching For Mexico (71,000), and Mastermind (42,000).

Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom topped multichannels at 95,000.

The Morning Show: 112,000 / 63,000
Today Extra: 98,000 / 73,000

In Total TV numbers last Thursday were:

Gogglebox: 751,000
Home & Away: 840,000
Great Australian Walks with Julia Zemiro:  345,000
The Front Bar: 513,000
Foreign Correspondent: 470,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 7 September 2023