Seven’s new drama pulls 463,000 metro viewers on debut

The premiere of Seven’s new Australian drama, Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries, attracted a metro audience of 463,000, and a national audience of 741,000.

Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries ran against Nine’s Australian Crime Stories, which had a metro audience of 279,000, and Ten’s Gogglebox, which attracted 650,000 metro viewers and was the most watched non-news program of the evening.

Last night was the premiere of Seven’s new Australian drama

Australian Crime Stories had an audience of 446,000, when including regional figures, while Gogglebox climbed to 888,000 on Ten.

Seven’s two episodes of Home and Away, which averaged 577,000 metro viewers, led the early evening time slot, ahead of Ten’s Show Me The Movie and Nine’s Young Sheldon. Show Me The Movie, which stars Rove McManus, failed to crack 300,000 metro viewers, sitting at 289,000 for the evening.

Nine’s Young Sheldon pulled 531,000 and 471,000 metro viewers for the two episodes.

Seven News also the evening with a metro audience of 884,000 for its 6pm bulletin. The number was ahead of Nine News’ 817,000. Earlier in the day, Seven’s Sunrise, on 299,000 metro viewers, beat Nine’s Today Show, which had a metro audience of 204,000.

Seven News and Home and Away helped the channel to a 20.4% share win for the night, beating Nine’s 15.7%. SBS’ share was at 4.8%. Network share for Seven was 31.5%, while network share for Nine was at 24.7%.

Ten fell behind the ABC’s 12.2% share, on a 12.1% main channel share. However when including multi-channels, Network Ten was ahead of ABC Network, on shares of 18% and 17.8% respectively.


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