Home And Away wins entertainment as Seven takes Thursday

Seven’s Home And Away was the #1 entertainment program on Thursday night, as Seven also took the overall network share win.

Home And Away brought in 599,000 metro viewers, while a later episode of Home And Away pulled in a metro audience of 552,000.

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Ten’s Gogglebox was next in entertainment and aired to 529,000 metro viewers, also winning two key advertising demos, 16-39 and 18-49. This was down from Gogglebox’s episode last Thursday which had 610,000 metro viewers.

Seven’s The Chase Australia had 525,000 metro viewers, followed by an episode of Seven’s The Front Bar with a metro audience of 510,000.

Nine’s RBT pulled in 484,000, while Ten’s Making It Australia aired to a metro audience of 347,000. The premiere of the new show drew 474,000 metro viewers.

The #1 program on Thursday was Seven News, which had an average of 1.048 million metro viewers, ahead of Seven News at 6.30 with 1.032 million, and Nine News with 957,000 metro viewers.

As previously mentioned, Seven won the night, taking an overall network share of 30.6% over Nine’s 26.3%, while Ten had a 19.8% network share, and ABC had 15.3%.

Seven won primary channel share while the top-rating multi-channel on Thursday was 7TWO with a share of 3.9%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 16 September, Seven News was the #1 program nationally across linear and BVOD television, with 1.741 million viewers including 36,000 on BVOD.

Home And Away was #1 in entertainment with 1.127 million viewers, with a BVOD audience of 137,000 views, an uplift of 20%.

The program with the biggest uplift however was Gogglebox which had a 24% uplift on overnight figures and had a total of 1.023 million viewers overall.


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