Nine’s Doctor Doctor gains 108,000 viewers, The Wrong Girl loses 100,000

Nine’s Doctor Doctor attracted 100,000 viewers more than last week’s episode, with 819,000 people tuning into the 8:40pm program.

The program placed second across the key advertising demographics (16-39, 18-49, 25-54).

Doctor Doctor

Channel Nine also took the title of most watched non-news program for the evening, with 1.033m viewing The Block at 7:35pm.

The program was up on last week’s numbers, which attracted an audience of 910,000 viewers, and was the most watched show across the key demos.

The Block was ahead of Seven’s Highway Patrol, which achieved an audience of 742,000 and Ten’s Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics, which attracted an audience of 400,000.

On the news front, Seven won the night with 971,000 viewers tuning in at 6pm and 942,000 at 6:30pm.

Nine News wasn’t far behind with 927,000 viewers and 942,000 respectively.

In the 8:00pm slot, Seven’s Beach Cops pulled in 731,000 viewers, ahead of The ABC’s Hard Quiz with 556,000 viewers.

The repeat of Beach Cop’s episode two had an audience of 700,000 at 8:30pm, while the ABC’s Upper Middle Bogan grabbed 482,000 viewers.

Also in the 8:40pm slot Ten’s The Wrong Girl pulled in an audience of 415,000, down from last week’s audience of 501,000.

In the seven days consolidated ratings, The Wrong Girl gained an extra 111,000 during the week, while Nine’s Doctor Doctor gained an additional 191,000 viewers.

Overall, Nine dominated the night in audience share at 22.5%, ahead of Seven at 18.6%, and the ABC at 11.9%. Channel Ten had a share of 11.2% and SBS achieved 5.7%.

Related: TV Guides – Weekly Schedules


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