Thursday Week 22 2019
• The Front Bar, Britain’s Got Talent help Seven to Thursday win
• MasterChef wins again under 50, but Kyle on his way home
• Escape From The City: Is everyone moving to Orange?
• Seven News 1,012,000/988,000
• Nine News 871,000/852,000
• A Current Affair 733,000
• ABC News 646,000
• 7.30 506,000
• The Project 256,000/436,000
• 10 News First 378,000
• The Drum 197,000
• SBS World News 135,000
• Sunrise 298,000
• Today 192,000
Home And Away slipped a little to 638,000 after three nights close to or well over 700,000.
The Front Bar had a metro audience of 479,000 with 302,000 in Melbourne – both numbers down marginally on last week’s bumper crowd.
Britain’s Got Talent then did 430,000 after 389,000 a week ago.
A Current Affair was on 733,000, a good number for this deep into the week.
The NRL featured Penrith defeating Manly in a close game. There were 347,000 watching after 390,000 a week ago.
The Cricket World Cup launched on 9Gem with 142,000 watching England claw its way to a winning 300+ score.
Tim Ferguson was a guest on The Project with 436,000 on board at 7pm.
MasterChef featured the second elimination of the week with Western Australian brewery sales manager Kyle Lyons being sent home. The last episode of the week did 633,000 after 680,000 on Thursday last week.
The final of Ambulance Australia then did 370,000.
Is every one moving to the NSW regional city of Orange? We’ve lost count of the number of episodes of Escape From The City set in the region, but there’s been a few. The audience was 418,000 after 416,000 a week ago. An interesting footnote at the end of last night’s episode was the Hatchs, after buying a property, found the city too cold, and later moved to the NSW north coast.
The UK media drama Press then did 178,000 after 212,000 last week.
Walking Britain’s Lost Railways was in Dartmoor with 187,000 watching.