Seven’s premiere of reality series Brynne: My Bedazzled Life about socialite Brynne Edelsten, was the highest rating show in its time slot last night.
The fly-on-the-wall series, which went out at 7.30pm, averaged 930,000 and was the fifth most watched show of Thursday, according to preliminary ratings from OzTam
The number was a similar one to Ten’s step into the same territory earlier in the year with Being Lara Bingle which had an opening audience of 925,000 although this declined to 387,000 by the end of the series.
Across the key advertising demographics, Brynne: My Bedazzled Life was fifth in 16-39 and 18-49, and fourth in 25-54.
Nine’s Big Brother, which aired from 7pm to 8pm, rated 790,000. It was second in 16-39 and 18-49, and third in 25-54.
The 90-minute series return of Seven’s Beauty and The Geek Australia from 8.30pm, rated 892,000. It was eighth in all people, but placed first across all three key advertising demographics.
The ABC’s Rake, which also aired at 8.30pm, rated 794,000, 10th for the night.
Nine’s observational police documentary AFP, produced by Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder, rated 716,000.
Ten’s Law & Order SVU rated 544,000, 19th for the night.
The most watched program of the night was Seven News with 1.094m viewers, ABC News was second on 1.026m and Nine News followed with 1.016m.
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