Thursday: Week 11 2019
• Start of NRL season breathes life into Nine’s Thursday
• Nine now wins five nights in a row + Golden Point debuts
• Ms Fisher wraps on Seven, Hughesy encore outrates first run
• Seven News 925,000/863,000
• Nine News 844,000/872,000
• A Current Affair 611,000 (No Brisbane)
• ABC News 634,000
• 7.30 583,000
• The Project 211,000/394,000
• 10 News First 347,000
• SBS World News 106,000
• Sunrise 261,000
• Today 197,000
• ABC News Breakfast 159,000
With the return of NRL elsewhere last night, Seven’s winning Thursday share of 18.4% last week turned into a second place 18.3% last night.
Seven still managed a winning combined channel share of 29.6% with 7mate the #1 multi with 4.1%.
Home And Away dipped to 524,000 for its three episodes, after three nights over 600,000 earlier this week.
The final of Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries did 346,000 after 304,000 last week. The series launched on 463,000 in week 8.
A Current Affair only screened in four markets with 611,000. There was no Brisbane screening because of the NRL coverage.
The NRL returned for 2019 and was a winner for Nine and the Melbourne Storm. The match did 524,000 with 246,000 in Sydney and 212,000 in Brisbane. There was 48,000 watching in Melbourne as the Melbourne team won.
No Footy Show any more after the game, but instead Nine’s new Thursday Night Golden Point with James Bracey hosting. The first episode did 337,000.
Gogglebox was again the champion performer for the channel with 645,000 making it the most-watched program after the three main early evening news bulletins. It also did 645,000 a week ago.
Earlier in the night The Project was on 394,000 at 7pm and then Show Me The Movie! did 326,000 after 343,000 last week.
Later in the night 10 had an encore screening of Hughesy, We Have A Problem with 272,000 watching, which is up on the 222,000 watching the original last Sunday.
Escape From The City was snooping around Lake Macquarie last night with 450,000 after 434,000 seven days ago.
The second week of Informer did 163,000 after launching with 205,000.
Secrets Of The Tudors was just over 200,000 at 7.30pm.
The first of the two-part celebration Jumbo Jet: 50 Years In The Sky did 187,000.
The brilliant and penultimate episode of the four-part Trust Me with Jodie Whittaker didn’t make the top 100 with around 70,000, but it is well worth tracking down on SBS On Demand before it disappears.