Todd Sampson’s Body Hack climbs back above 500,000

Todd Sampson’s Body Hack clawed back 86,000 metro viewers last night, pulling in an audience of 568,000 at 8:30pm on Ten, up on last week’s audience of 486,000.


The show just managed to out-rate Seven’s Cold Feet which, at 9:00pm was watched by 556,000, down on last week’s audience of 612,000. However, both shows were beaten by Nine’s Unreal Estate which grabbed 684,000 metro viewers at 8:45pm.

Earlier in the evening, Nine’s The Block dominated, pulling in 1.045m metro viewers at 7:30pm to be the most-watched non-news program of the evening.

It easily out-rated Seven’s X Factor which was watched by 806,000, slightly down on last week’s audience of 838,000.

The Block was the most-watched show across the key advertising demographics (16-39, 18-49 and 25-54) while amongst viewers aged 16-39 Todd Sampson’s Body Hack was the second most-popular choice. Viewers aged 18-49 and 25-54 preferred Unreal Estate as their second most-watched show.

Nine won the night with an audience share of 20.3% ahead of Nine’s share of 19.8%. Ten claimed third place with a share of 12.5% while the ABC settled for a share of 10.8%.

In the news battleground, Seven News at 6:00pm grabbed 1.106m slipping to 1.090m from 6:30pm while Nine News at 6:00pm was watched by 946,000, sliding to 922,000 from 6.30pm.

Nine’s A Current Affair had an audience of 841,000 at 7:00pm while Seven’s Home and Away was watched by 742,000.


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