TV Ratings March 26: Ambos & Gogglebox delivers big share for 10

• Audiences indicate they want both information and entertainment

• News & current affairs still big, posting record Thursday numbers
• Ambos & Gogglebox give 10 biggest share since mid-January

Seven News 6pm
Monday 1,234,000/1,211,000
Tuesday 1,275,000/1,232,000
Wednesday 1,277/1,260,000
Thursday 1,245,000/1,188,000
Audience up 17% week-on-week nationally

The Latest Seven News
Monday 649,000
Tuesday 630,000
Wednesday 603,000
Thursday 636,000

Nine News 6pm
Monday 1,193,000/1,171,000
Tuesday 1,196,000/1,141,000
Wednesday 1,260,000/1,215,000
Thursday 1,133,000/1,114,000
Highest rating Thursday for 2020.

A Current Affair
Monday 890,000
Tuesday 886,000
Wednesday 940,000
Thursday 786,000
Highest rating Thursday for 2020.

Nine News Special COVID-19
Monday 570,000
Tuesday 1,071,000
Wednesday 803,000
Thursday 559,000

10 News First 5pm
Monday 571,000
Tuesday 525,000
Wednesday 541,000
Thursday 527,000
10 News First 6pm
Monday 380,000
Tuesday 337,000
Wednesday 299,000
Thursday 315,000
The Project 6.30/7pm
Monday 423,000/623,000
Tuesday 426,000/614,000
Wednesday 384,000/602,000
Thursday 399,000/636,000

ABC News 7pm
Monday 955,000
Tuesday 997,000
Wednesday 1,000,000
Thursday 937,000

7.30
Monday 911,000
Tuesday 873,000
Wednesday 888,000
Thursday 789,000

SBS World News 6.30pm
Monday 192,000
Tuesday 189,000
Wednesday 193,000
Thursday 189,000

Breakfast TV
Monday
Sunrise 379,000
Today 314,000
News Breakfast 301,000
Tuesday
Sunrise 347,000
Today 261,000
News Breakfast 271,000
Wednesday
Sunrise 351,000
Today 276,000
News Breakfast 280,000
Thursday
Sunrise 360,000
Today 267,000
News Breakfast 277,000

Nine: Without any NRL in the schedule, Nine managed to keep its week 13 winning streak intact. Only Hot Seat (536,000 and 339,000) and RBT (545,000) interrupted the flow of news and current affairs from 4pm until after 9pm.

Seven: After a single week of AFL, the channel focussed on news and current affairs until about 8pm when Pooch Perfect did 359,000. Another news bulletin then followed with 282,000 watching until just after 10pm.

10: With no live sport in the schedule, 10 made the most of the opportunity and posted its best share on any night since mid-January. The Project recorded its best 7pm audience this week which then helped drive the Ambulance Australia audience to 646,000 – just short of 200,000 more than a week ago and the biggest audience since December 18. Gogglebox too performed well with 736,000 watching the families talk about everything from coronavirus (‘Should we be social distancing’ the Daltons asked at the start while bunched on the couch) through to grisly murders and an erection (!) on Neighbours. The audience was up over 100,000 on last week.

ABC: After big crowds until 8pm the numbers then dropped for The Heights (253,000) but then lifted for Grand Designs Australia (343,000)

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