Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation recovers to 653,000 metro viewers

Nine’s revived comedy panel quiz show fronted by Shaun Micallef, Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation, gained 58,000 viewers from last weeks’s episode, pulling in 653,000 across the five metro cities, according to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings.

Last night, Hamish Blake joined his long-term radio partner, and captain of the Generation Y team, Andy Lee on the program.

Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation debuted in may with 678,000 metro viewers

However it was Ten’s Masterchef which was the most-watched non-news program, despite shedding 45,000 viewers from last Monday’s episode.

Last night’s episode saw the program attract 850,000 metro viewers and top the 18 to 48 and 25 to 54 key advertising demographics.

Seven’s renovation show House Rules saw 786,000 metro viewers tune in.

Ten’s later offering of Have You Been Paying Attention? had 753,000 metro viewers – down from last week’s 816,000 – and topped the 16 to 39 demographic for the evening.

In the news battle, Seven News was the most-watched program for the evening and saw 1.107m metro viewers tune in compared to Nine News’ 1.061m metro viewers.

At 6:30pm Seven News and Today Tonight had 1.029m metro viewers, beating Nine News at 6:30’s 979,000.

Love Island had 162,000 viewers watching the program on traditional television on Nine’s multi-channel 9Go.

Seven won the night with an overall audience share of 18.4%, edging out Nine’s 17.2% and Ten’s 15.5% share.

Meanwhile ABC saw a 14.1% share ahead of SBS’ 5.3%.


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