TV Ratings March 4: Gogglebox top entertainment show with almost 600k


• Nine’s primary hot streak comes to an end with no MAFS

• Seven surfs to victory with triple threat of Home and Away

Primetime News
Seven News 847,000 (6 pm)/847,000 (6:30 pm)
Nine News is 836,000 (6 pm)/807,000 (6:30 pm)
ABC News 623,000
10 News First 323,000(5 pm)/173,000 (6pm)
SBS World News 155,000 (6:30 pm)/119,000 (7 pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 649,000
7:30 556,000
The Project 225,000 (6:30 pm)/ 383,000 (7 pm)
The Drum 145,000 

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 255,000
News Breakfast 184,000
Today 199,000

Late Night News
ABC Late News 118,000
Nine News Late Edition 119,000
SBS World News Late 47,000
The Latest 102,000


For the first time in over three weeks, Nine did not have the top primary share last night after it swapped out Married at First Sight for Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo which brought in 177,000. 

This was followed by the action series The Equalizer with 230,000 which was down on last weeks 280,000.


Seven was the one to finally knock Nine off the top of the primary share perch last night with 17.5% and was also #1 in network shares with 27.0%.

The key to Seven’s win last night was a triple header of Home and Away with an average of 443,000 viewers. This was followed by Wife Swap Australia with 309,000 which was up on last Thursday’s 238,000.


On 10, Gogglebox Australia was the networks top-rating show with 596,000 this was the show’s highest rating episode of the year after 517,000 last Thursday and 502,000 for its launch episode. This was the top non-news program for the night and was also #1 in all key demos. This was preceded by Bondi Rescue (371,000) and Territory Cops (402,000).

The Project had 225,000 and 383,000 as the panel discussed Scott Morrison‘s rejection of an inquiry into the accusations against Christian Porter, Kathleen Folbigg, and pole flipping. 


The top non-news show on ABC was Backroads which took 499,000 viewers to Eugowra last night. 

Q+A finally cracked the 300,000 mark with 339,000 – the first time the show has gone over 300,000 since moving from Mondays to Thursdays.

The episode was a Q+A All About Women special ahead of International Women’s Day, and brought together a diverse panel of women to discuss the big issues of the day.


The top non-news programs for SBS last night were The World’s Great Palaces with 145,000 and Shadowplay with 135,000.

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