TV Ratings July 2: AFL has Seven on a role as NRL #1 in Sydney and Brisbane


• Best of the rest Celebrity Gogglebox & Escape form the City

• Thursday AFL: Saints on a roll and so is Seven
• Thursday NRL: Storm snatch victory, Nine #1 Syd & Bri
• Best of the rest Celebrity Gogglebox & Escape form the City

Seven News 1,111,000/1,063,000
Nine News 1,060,000/958,000
ABC News 763,000
A Current Affair 727,000
7.30 542,000
The Project 320,000/467,000
10 News 401,000/260,000
Sunrise 291,000
Today 211,000
News Breakfast 207,000
The Drum 195,000
The Latest 187,000
SBS World News 159,000

Seven: Home and Away closed off its week with 590,000 after three nights around 650,000.
The AFL match between St Kilda and Carlton then did 512,000 with 349,000 in Melbourne. The match kept Seven #1 across southern metro capitals.
The 7.30pm movie Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire did 255,000 screening on Seven in some markets, 7mate in others.

Nine: A Current Affair dropped below 750,000 for the first time this week with 727,000
The NRL match that saw the Storm snatch victory from the Roosters who were leading in the 79th minute. The metro audience was 377,000 with 226,000 in Sydney and 113,000 in Brisbane.

10: Rove is trying his hand again at Saturday night live TV, but this time on SBS. That didn’t stop a promo appearance on The Project with 467,000 watching.
Celebrity Gogglebox USA then did 352,000 after 282,000 last week.
Law & Order: SVU did 216,000 after 8.30pm.

ABC: The Heights had 228,000 watching, followed by Escape from the City with 308,000 getting a real estate tour of NSW’s Macleay Valley.

SBS: Part three of The World’s Busiest Station had 213,000 learning about Zürich Hauptbahnhof.
A repeat of When Buildings Collapse was on 150,000.
The final episode of the Italian crime drama ZeroZeroZero then did 61,000.

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