NRL pushes Nine to Thursday win

NRL pushes Nine to Thursday win

Entertainment shows were all under 500,000 on Thursday, on a night when Nine came out on top.

Thursday Night NRL led its slot at 442,000 metro viewers across the Nine network.

An extended Home & Away was 408,000 / 365,000 then 7:30 (382,000), Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia (362,000), Foreign Correspondent (303,000) and Great Australian Walks with Julia Zemiro (213,000).

Later Gogglebox drew 413,000 then The Front Bar (329,000).

Nine network won with 30.4% then Seven 27.3%, 10 18.2%, ABC 14.1% and SBS 10.1%.

Nine News (769,000 / 752,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair was 658,000 with Hot Seat on 356,000 / 235,000. Emergency was 95,000 across the network.

Seven News was #1 at 843,000 / 806,000. The Chase topped entertainment at 493,000 / 298,000. Final Four was 169,000 with Air Crash Investigations at 113,000.

The Project pulled 233,000 / 141,000. 10 News First managed 183,000 / 120,000. A Shark Tank replay was 133,o00.

ABC News drew 493,000. Extraordinary Escapes (155,000), Grand Designs NZ (147,000) and The Drum (134,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (130,000 / 123,000), Eva Longoria: Searching for Mexico (75,000) and Kin (TBA).

7TWO’s Bargain Hunt led multichannels at just 92,000.

The Morning Show: 123,000 / 72,000
Today Extra: 116,000 / 80,000

In Total TV numbers last Thursday were:

Gogglebox: 743,000
Home & Away: 829,000
Great Australian Walks with Julia Zemiro: 334,000
Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia: 519,000
Thursday Night NRL: 560,000
Foreign Correspondent: 417,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 31 August 2023