Bringing Sexy Back drops for Seven on second outing

Bringing Sexy BackThe second outing of season two of Seven’s Bringing Sexy Back saw its audience drop to 470,000 metro viewers after debuting to an audience of 524,000 last week.

In the 7.30pm timeslot it was out-rated by Nine’s RBT which was watched by 687,000, the ABC’s 7.30 Summer which had an audience of 601,000 and the first innings of Ten’s Big Bash match between the Melbourne Renegades and the Brisbane Heat which pulled an audience of 583,000 metro viewers according to numbers from Ten based on OzTam timings.

The second session of the match was watched by 638,000. Official OzTam overnight figures put session one, which finished early, at 558,000 viewers, and session two which started and finished earlier than billed at an average of 521,000 viewers.

The most watched non-news show of the evening was Nine’s Kalgoorlie Cops at 8pm which grabbed an audience of 709,000 helping Nine win the night with an audience share of 17.8 per cent ahead of Seven’s share of 16 per cent. Ten claimed third place with an audience share of 14.4 per cent as the ABC settled for a share of 13.5 per cent.

Kalgoorlie Cops was the most watched show amongst the 16-39 and 18-49 demographics.

Nine’s A Current Affair won the 7pm timeslot with an audience of 753,000, ahead of Seven’s Border Security – Australia’s Front Line which was watched by 646,000 and ahead of the second half hour of The Project on Ten which had a metro audience of 502,000.

Nine’s three repeat episodes of The Big Bang Theory delivered an 8pm audience of 565,000, an 8.30pm audience of 531,000 and a 9pm audience of 531,000.

In news, Nine won the night with a 6pm audience of 995,000 and a 6.30pm audience of 968,000. On Seven 810,000 watched the news from 6pm, with 802,000 tuning in from 6.30pm.

In the secondary channels, 7Two grabbed an audience share of 6.4 per cent with 281,000 tuning in for the APIA International tennis from 7pm. It helped the Seven Network edge out Nine in terms of total audience share with Seven claiming a share of 26 per cent ahead of Nine’s share of 25.8 per cent.

In the Asian Cup, 336,000 metro viewers watched Australia take on Oman on Fox Sports while the match between Kuwait and and Korea Republic drew an audience of 93,000.

Top 15 Shows:

1 NINE NEWS Network 9 995,000
2 NINE NEWS 6:30 Network 9 968,000
3 SEVEN NEWS Network 7 810,000
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Network 7 802,000
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Network 9 753,000
6 ABC NEWS-EV Network ABC 716,000
7 KALGOORLIE COPS Network 9 709,000
8 RBT -RPT Network 9 687,000
10 7.30 SUMMER-EV Network ABC 601,000
11 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS Network TEN 572,000
12 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP1 Network 9 565,000
14 HOT SEAT Network 9 544,000
15 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP3 Network 9 531,000

Audience Share:

Network 9 17.8%
Network 7 16.0%
Network TEN 14.4%
Network ABC 13.5%
Network 7TWO 6.4%
Network ONE 4.4%
Network SBS ONE 4.3%
Network GO! 4.0%
Network Gem 4.0%
Network 7mate 3.6%
Network ELEVEN 3.4%
Network SBS 2 2.0%
Network ABC2 3.1%
Network ABC News 24 1.5%
Network ABC3 1.4%
Network NITV 0.2%

Total Audience Share:

Network 7 TTL 26.0%
Network 9 TTL 25.8%
Network TEN TTL 22.2%
Network ABC TTL 19.5%
Network SBS TTL 6.6% 7.1%

Ratings data is copyright OzTAM and may not be reproduced, published or communicated without the prior written consent of OzTAM.


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