Seven back on top in Thursday ratings

Seven moved ahead of Nine in the ratings last night, after the latter managed to take the lead from Seven on Thursday last week led by its travel show Getaway.  

But Seven reclaimed the top Thursday spot this week, with a 27.4 per cent channel share, followed by Nine with 24.1 per cent and Ten with 19.8 per cent, according to preliminary OzTam figures.

This week, Getaway was pushed to third spot on the most watched ladder, with over 1m viewers, while Seven News and Today Tonight led the night.

ABC1 has a good showing for its news bulletin, reaching the top five with over 1m viewers. The public broadcaster also saw an increase in channel share to 16.7 per cent compared to 15.8 per cent on Thursday of last week.

Meanwhile, viewers to Ten’s programme Glee fell to 0.801m, down from the 0.905m it attracted the same night last week.

Thursday channel share:

  • Seven: 27.4%
  • Nine: 24.1%
  • Ten: 19.8%
  • ABC1: 16.7%
  • SBS1: 4.2%
  • Go: 2.4%
  • 7Two: 2.1%
  • ABC2: 1.7%
  • One: 1.4%
  • SBS2: 0.3%

Thursday’s top shows:

  1. Seven News – Seven 1.29m
  2. Today Tonight – Seven 1.2m
  3. Getaway – Nine 1.1m
  4. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Nine 1.04m
  5. ABC News – ABC 1.024m
  6. Home and Away – Seven 1.02m
  7. Two and a Half Men – Nine 1m
  8. Beauty and the Geek – Seven 1m
  9. A Current Affair – Nine 0.978m
  10. Nine News – Nine 0.973m
  11. Ghost Whisperer – Seven 0.962m
  12. Rush – Ten 0.948m
  13. The Amazing Race – Seven 0.930m
  14. Glee – Ten 0.801m
  15. Ten News – Ten 0.796m

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