I’m A Celebrity hands Ten another advertising demographic win as a second star is booted from the jungle

Ten’s I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here has again topped all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s – bringing in 775,000 metro viewers to watch comedian Nikki Osborne become the second contestant to leave the jungle.

The program finished three minutes outside of OzTam’s scheduling, with Ten confirming 1.05m national viewers watched the elimination and 989,000 watched the episode leading to it. 720,000 metro viewers watched the episode.

Seven’s offering for Sunday was the Big Bash League with the Brisbane Heat taking on the Melbourne Renegades in the evening and 445,000 tuning in for the first session. Session two brought in 422,000 metro viewers.

In the afternoon, the network aired the match between the Hobart Hurricanes and the Adelaide Strikers with 295,000 metro viewers tuning in for session two and 208,000 for the first session.

Seven also had the most-watched program overall with Seven News bringing in 915,000 metro viewers. Nine News delivered 902,000 and ABC News 611,000. Ten’s The Sunday Project brought in 434,000 metro viewers.

Seven was the most-watched channel overall, holding a 17.4% audience share above Nine’s 16.6% and Ten’s 14.2%. ABC held 11.7% and SBS 6.3%.

In the network audience shares, Nine slipped ahead on 26.6%, while Seven held 24.8%, Ten 21.5%, ABC 17.1% and SBS 9.9%.

The most-watched multi-channel was 10 Bold with 4.2% audience share.


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