Seven News 994,000 (6:00 pm)/939,000 (6:30)
Nine News 829,000 (6:00 pm)/841,000 (6:30 pm)
ABC News 633,000
10 News First 359,000 (5:00 pm)/239,000 (6:00 pm)
SBS World News 168,000 (6:30 pm)/152,000 (7:00 pm)
Daily current affairs
The Project 251,000 (6:30 pm)/429,000 (7:00 pm)
The Drum 144,000
News Breakfast 187,000
Late Night News
ABC Late News 99,000
SBS World News Late 55,000
Nine easily won the TV shares battle last night with a 26.2% primary and 34.0% network share off the back of Nick Kyrgios‘s five-set heroics.
Kyrgios defeated Ugo Humbert in front of an average audience of 690,000 viewers as the second session of the Australian Open‘s evening coverage averaged a total of 704,000. The match was also #1 in the key demographics of 16-39 and 18-49.
On Seven Home and Away was the networks most watched non-news show with 510,000 which was followed by Ambulance: Code Red with 366,000
On 10 The Project had 429,000 with the episode covering the botched performance from Trump’s impeachment lawyer plus a conversation with comedian Russell Howard. 10 then followed The Project with a double-double with two episodes each of Jamie’s Easy Meals (268,000 & 217,000) and Bull (163,000 & 145,000).
10 Bold was the most-watched multichannel of the evening with a 4.3% share, with its top shows being NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Bondi Rescue.
On the ABC Hard Quiz was the top entertainment program of the night with 598,000, and was followed by The Weekly with Charlie Pickering with 507,000 and then ABC’s new comedy Aftertaste had 352,000 for its second episode down from the 479,000 viewers it had last week.
On SBS Britain’s Most Historic Towns had 239,000 while Micheal Palin: Travels of a Lifetime had 226,000.