Close Thursday battle just 0.1% splits Nine and Seven

Close Thursday battle just 0.1% splits Nine and Seven

Just 0.1% split Nine and Seven in shares last night, one of the final days of the survey year, as programming shifts further into Summer mode.

The Chase topped entertainment (430,000 / 283,000).

RBT led its slot at 427,000 metro viewers then 7:30 (411,000), Bill Bailey’s Wild West Australia (403,000), Code 1: Minute by Minute (296,000), Jamie’s 5 Ingredient Meditteranean (172,000).

Later Emergency drew 315,000 then The Front Bar (286,000), and Grand Designs (227,0000).

Nine network won -just- at 28.8% then Seven 28.7%, ABC 19.2%, 10 13.9% then SBS 9.4%.

Seven News was #1 at 740,000 / 730,000. Border Security, which is now replacing Home & Away, was 384,000. The Test: Feature Length Special at 152,000.

Nine News at 659,000 / 659,000 (including a narrow win in Melbourne) was best for Nine. A Current Affair was 584,000 then Hot Seat (318,000 / 217,000). Big Miracles was 127,000.

ABC News was 497,000. Miriam Margolyes Almost Australian (136,000) and The Drum (132,000) followed.

The Project at 217,000 / 128,000 was best for 10. 10 News First was 186,000 / 124,000. Law & Order: SVU was 111,000 / 96,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (117,000 / 88,000) , Secret World of Snacks (105,000) then Adam & Poh’s Great Australian Bites Coastal (68,000) Ireland With Adrian Dunbar (60,000).

7TWO’s Father Brown at 86,000 topped multichannels.

The Morning Show: 134,000 / 75,000
Today Extra:  114,000 / 97,000

In Total TV numbers last Thursday were:

Love Island: 681,000
Home & Away: 914,000
Bill Bailey’s Wild West Australia: 734,000
Emergency: 558,000
The Front Bar: 445,000
Mirror Mirror: 260,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 30 November 2023