This Time Next Year brings in 595,000 metro viewers for its second outing

The Karl Stefanovic-fronted This Time Next Year, which sees people commit to a life change and return 12 months later with an update, has dropped almost 100,000 metro viewers for its second outing, falling to 595,000 from a premiere of 686,000.

In the same slot Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention? drew 736,000 metro viewers and Four Corners pulled 653,000.

But a soft performance from This Time Next Year didn’t hurt Nine overall. The broadcaster still managed to hold a winning primary channel audience share of 20.8% and a network share of 27.7%. That was largely thanks to The Block’s 893,000 metro viewers and a big night for A Current Affair with 913,000 metro viewers.

Seven held onto the most-watched program title for the evening with Seven News drawing in 1.065m metro viewers, while Home and Away was its most-watched entertainment program with 672,000. Australia’s Got Talent drew 641,000.

Ten’s most-watched for the evening was Australian Survivor with 741,000 metro viewers, followed by Have You Been Paying Attention? which also did well in the key advertising demographics. It took top spot in the 16-39s and 18-49s, while The Block held the top place with viewers 25-54.

Sitting behind Nine in the overall audience share was Seven with 19.4%, followed by Ten on 15.0% and ABC with 13.5%. Seven Network held an overall audience share of 27.0%, followed by Ten on 20.6% and ABC Network with 17.7%. Ten Bold was the most-watched multi-channel on 3.5%.


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