TV Ratings July 18: Seven’s winning combo is Soap, Mick and a movie

• Much anticipated doco The Final Quarter pulls 442,000

Thursday Week 29 2019

• Seven’s winning combo: Soap, Mick and a movie
• Much anticipated doco The Final Quarter pulls 442,000
• More watch Mad As Hell repeat than new ep on ABC

 • Seven News 1,022,000/959,000
• Nine News 819,000/816,000
• A Current Affair 713,000
• ABC News 605,000
• 7.30 504,000
• The Project 277,000/447,000
• 10 News First 412,000
• The Drum 172,000
• SBS World News 126,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 287,000
• Today 190,000

Seven

Home And Away ended its week on 599,000 after 677,000, 711,000 and 700,000 on other nights.

The Front Bar then did 357,000 with 227,000 in Melbourne.

The movie Snatched was on 195,000 at different times around the network.

Nine

A Current Affair Thursday did 713,000 after 734,000, 787,000 and 836,000 earlier in the week.

The NRL was on 378,000 with 185,000 in Sydney and 172,000 in Brisbane.

The Netball World Cup thriller between Australia and New Zealand screened on 9GO! at 7pm with 124,000 watching.

10

The Project was on 447,000 after 7pm. It screened a few times last night confirming 10’s belief in the brand before tonight’s birthday bash. At 6.30pm the show did 277,000. It then broadcast a special episode after the doco The Final Quarter at 9pm with 302,000 watching. The program always gets a late night repeat too around 11pm or later each day.

The 7.30pm screening of the documentary about Adam Goodes, The Final Quarter, did 442,000.

ABC

Escape From The City was on 410,000 with a trip into the NSW Southern Highlands.

The new episode of Mad As Hell then went to air a day late with 361,000 watching after 495,000 watched the repeat on Wednesday.

SBS

The Handmaid’s Tale had an audience of 212,000.

Earlier in the night, The Great House Revival was on 175,000.

Stage 12 of the Tour de France did 172,000.

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