TV Ratings August 6: Thursday night AFL gets Seven back on top

• NRL keeps Nine #1 in Sydney & Brisbane

• It takes Thursday night AFL to get Seven back on top this week
• Take of two codes as NRL keeps Nine #1 in Sydney & Brisbane
• Walt Disney doco repeat helps lift SBS share to best in a month

Seven News 1,110,000/1,081,000
Nine News 1,018,000/897,000
ABC News 768,000
A Current Affair 624,000
7.30 509,000
The Project 325,000/489,000
10 News 441,000/253,000
Sunrise 293,000
Today 222,000
News Breakfast 214,000
SBS World News 198,000
The Drum 193,000

Thursday TV

Seven: Home and Away dipped to its smallest crowd of the week with 566,000 after a high on Monday of 650,000.
Thursday night AFL did 457,000 with 264,000 in Melbourne which helped the channel and network rank #1. 

Nine: A Current Affair drifted to 624,000 after starting the week on 813,000.
Thursday night NRL kept the channel #1 in northern markets with 325,000 (200,000 in Sydney and 100,000 in Brisbane).

10: The primary channel was back in single figures for the second time this week. Celebrity Gogglebox USA did 286,000 after 327,000 last week.
Episodes of Law & Order: SVU then did 196,000 and 195,000. 

ABC: The Heights just made it over 200,000 at 8pm followed by a house hunt on the Mornington Peninsula on Escape from the City with 323,000 watching.

SBS: The channel had its best share in a month and the second best since April. A repeat of the first part of the doco Walt Disney did 277,000 over two hours from 7.30pm.

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