House Rules beats The Block again

house rulesSeven’s new renovation show House Rules has beaten Nine’s The Block for only the second time.

House Rules, airing at 8pm, won an audience of 1.219m metro viewers on Thursday night.

The Block, which aired at 7pm, rated 1.174m viewers, according to OzTAM. Highlihts show The Block Unlocked rated 827,000.

The first win over The Block came for House Rules on Tuesday night.

Ten’s Masterchef MasterClass missed the top 20 programs of the night, but was 15th on the list of top programs for Ten’s target category of 25-54’s. MasterClass episodes typically draw a smaller audience than the MasterChef competition episodes.

Nine News was the most watched program of the night with 1.332m viewers, followed by Seven News which had a metro audience of 1.259m.

Nine won the night with over 23 per cent of the audience share, followed by Seven with 21.5 per cent.

Thursday’s Top 15 shows:

  1. Nine News Nine 1,332m
  2. Seven News Seven 1,259m
  3. House Rules Seven 1,219m
  4. The Block Sky High Nine 1,174m
  5. A Current Affair Nine 1,089m
  6. Today Tonight Seven 1,025m
  7. ABC News ABC1 979,000
  8. Home and Away Seven 958,000
  9. The Footy Show Nine 923,000
  10. The Block Sky High Unlocked Nine 827,000
  11. Hot Seat Nine 760,000
  12. 7.30 ABC1 751,000
  13. Ten News Ten 687,000
  14. Dynamo: Magician Impossible Seven 674,000
  15. Law and Order: SVU Ten 649,000

Thursday’s share:

  • Nine 23.7%
  • Seven 21.5%
  • Ten 13.0%
  • ABC1 11.8%
  • SBS1  5.6%
  • GO! 5.2%
  • Eleven 3.5%
  • 7Two 3.0%
  • ABC2 2.9%
  • Gem 2.5%
  • 7mate 2.5%
  • ONE 2.1%
  • ABC News 24 0.9%
  • ABC3 0.8%
  • SBS 2 0.8%
  • NITV 0.2%

Earlier in the day, Sunrise and Today had a close battle, with Sunrise (369,000) coming out just ahead of Today’s 358,000.

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