RBT, Emergency lead Thursday slots for Nine

RBT, Emergency lead Thursday slots for Nine

Thursday was another quiet night of viewing with Nine and Seven in a close tussle, on the penultimate Thursday of survey.

The Chase again led entertainment at 459,000 / 292,000 metro viewers.

RBT won its slot at 414,000 then Bill Bailey’s Wild West Australia (392,000), 7:30 (386,000), Border Security (278,000 / 268,000). Mirror Mirror was just 167,000.

Latr Emergency won at 337,000 then The Front Bar (281,000), Grand Designs (276,000),

Nine network led Thursday with 29.3% then Seven 28.7%, ABC 19.7%, 10 14.3% and SBS 8.0%.

Nine News (635,000 / 629,000) waa best for Nine then A Current Affair (522,000) and Hot Seat (268,000 / 185,000).

Seven News was #1 at 800,000 / 779,000. Home & Away drew 405,000. A replay of The 1% Club was 167,000. Big Miracles managed 162,000.

ABC News was 489,000. Miriam Margoloyes: Almost Australian (125,000) and The Drum (117,000) followed.

The Project managed 202,000 / 138,000. 10 News First was only 165,000 / 119,000. Law & Order: SVU was just 98,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (110,000 / 86,000), Secret World Of Snacks: Burgers (96,000), Adam & Poh’s Great Australian Bites (58,000) and Coastal Ireland With Adrian Dunbar (56,000).

Kiri & Lou on ABC Kids topped multichannels at 97,000.

In Total TV numbers last Thursday were:

The Morning Show: 133,000 / 86,000
Today Extra:  108,000 / 77,000

Love Island: 328,000
Home & Away: 877,000
Bill Bailey’s Wild West Australia: 577,000
Grand Designs: 401,000
Football: Socceroos v Bangladesh: 277.000
ICC Men’s ODI World Cup: 915,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 23 November 2023.