Pooch Perfect slips to 388,000 metro viewers for episode three

Seven’s Rebel Wilson-fronted dog grooming reality show has slipped to 388,000 metro viewers for its third episode and 573,000 national viewers.

Pooch Perfect debuted to 624,000 overnight viewers for its first episode but fell to 441,000 for episode two.

Pooch Perfect seems to be struggling with viewers

BBC One has already commissioned the format to be hosted by theatre star Sheridan Smith.

The show was beaten in the 7:30pm slot by Ten’s Ambulance Australia (480,000), ABC’s 7.30 (550,000) and Nine’s NRL week one match between the Parramatta Eels and the Canterbury Bulldogs (391,000).

Ten’s Googlebox Australia was the most-watched entertainment show of the evening with 611,000 metro viewers and 835,000 national viewers. It was also the most-watched in all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s. Nine News took the second spot with the 18-49s and 25-54s, while Ambulance Australia was the second most-watched with the youngest demographic.

Seven News was the most-watched program overall on Thursday with 909,000 metro viewers and 1.395m national viewers. Nine News drew 791,000 metro and 1.049m national viewers. ABC News was watched by 712,000 metro and 1.045m nationally. ABC also aired Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s address to the nation, in which he discussed the growing coronavirus pandemic, which was watching by 258,000 metro viewers and 430,000 nationally.

In the audience shares Nine won the night with a 19.3% share for its primary channel and 26.7% as a network, while Seven held 16.4% as a channel and 25.5% as a network. Ten secured a channel share of 15.4% and 21.7% as a network, and ABC held 10.7% and 17.7%. 7Two was the most-watched multi-channel with 3.6%.


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