Thursday: Week 9 2019
• Seven in top spot as audiences spread across FTA channels
• Gogglebox lifts 10 and driving best audience share this week
• Nine’s Thursday primary share half what MAFS brought to Sunday
FTA TV news/current affairs
• Seven News 909,000/864,000
• Nine News 808,000/798,000
• A Current Affair 649,000
• ABC News 682,000
• 7.30 576,000
• The Project 208,000/380,000
• 10 News First 350,000
• SBS World News 108,000
• Sunrise 277,000
• Today 183,000
Home And Away ended its week on 524,000, which was down on the 600,000+ audiences on the first three nights this week.
Thursday is drama night on Seven, for now, and the second of the four Ms Fisher Modern Murder Mysteries then did 333,000, well below the 463,000 from a week ago.
A Current Affair dropped to 649,000 after a previous low this week just over 750,000.
A Young Sheldon double featured a new episode and then a repeat with audiences of 467,000 and 400,000.
The second episode of Australian Crime Stories was a fascinating look at the Kerry Packer gold heist. The audience of 337,000 was up on 278,000 a week ago.
Gogglebox drew a big crowd for the channel, lifting the primary share to a week high of 13.2%. The TV reviews got stuck into Nine’s new Bad Mothers with 647,000 watching, close to last week’s Gogglebox audience of 651,000.
At 7.30pm Peter Helliar and Luke McGregor were among the guests on Show Me The Movie, which did 341,000 after 290,000 last week.
Escape From The City was on Norfolk Island with 510,000 watching.
Grand Designs Australia then did 396,000.
Henry IX: The Lost King did 221,000 at 7.30pm.
Secrets Of Harrods Department Store then did 212,000.
SBS has been trying to innovate later in the evening where it has been screening some cracking programs. The latest is the drama Trust Me, which started with 122,000.