• Final week of survey: Seven #1 primary/network, 7mate #1 multi
• Home and Away helps Seven to a win, The Front Bar just makes top 20
• Paramedics and Scottish Vets other most-watched after 7.30pm
Seven News 884,000/867,000
Nine News 748,000/743,000
ABC News 627,000
10 News First 294,000/167,000
SBS World News 126,000
Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 565,000
The Project 229,000/403,000
The Drum 151,000
News Breakfast 201,000
Late Night News
The Latest 220,000
Nine News Late 119,000
ABC Late News 94,000
Seven: Home and Away was the only entertainment show to make it to half a million – and then it was only just with 501,000 watching the three back-to-back episodes.
The first of two cricket special editions of The Front Bar saw Andy Lee stepping in for Sam Pang. Melbourne was the only market to support the show in any number with 132,000. In Sydney there was just 30,000 watching after 8.30pm. A metro audience of 274,000 saw the show just creep into the top 20.
Nine: A Current Affair slipped under 600,000 for the first time this week.
An encore of Paramedics was on 350,000.
10: The Project just made it over 400,000 after 7pm.
Jamie’s Easy Meals for Every Day was then on 289,000 and 253,000.
Law & Order: SVU then followed with 215,000.
ABC: Scottish Vets Down Under was on 326,000 followed by a repeat episode of Griff’s Great Kiwi Road Trip on 306,000.
SBS: A repeat of Secrets of Britain was on 149,000. Portillo’s Hidden History of Britain, confusing referred to as Empire with Michael Portillo in some guides, then did 145,000 after launching with 215,000 a week ago.