Thursday Week 45 2019
• Seven #1 all people with News, soap & Good Doctor
• The Bachelorette #1 entertainment and key demos for 10
• Angie visits hometowns of final four, one then eliminated
• Seven News 881,000/870,000
• Nine News 749,000/793,000
• A Current Affair 666,000
• ABC News 612,000
• 7.30 482,000
• The Project 251,000/415,000
• 10 News First 166,000 (Screened on 10 Bold)
• The Drum 136,000
• SBS World News 120,000
• Sunrise 287,000
• Today 185,000
Home and Away ended the week on 532,000, its third successive night under 600,000.
The second episode of The Good Doctor this week did 434,000 after 484,000 on Wednesday.
RBT was on 422,000 and 370,000 for two episodes after 7.30pm.
Love Island then did 225,000.
The Bachelorette was down to the final four last night and Angie Kent visited the hometowns of each. Sydney-sider Jackson was eliminated at the end of the episode despite taking Angie to the family’s pie-making factory and feeding her a gluten free pie! The episode did 696,000 after 644,000 a week ago. The audience helped 10 to rank #1 under 50 and all key demos.
The third week of Trial By Kyle levelled out with 284,000 watching after 281,000 a week ago.
During the day 10 covered Oaks Day as part of its Melbourne Cup Week rights and the 5pm news was broadcast on 10 Bold. The biggest race day audience was for the Oaks race close to 6pm.
The return of Grand Designs Australia started with the Graceville container house with 462,000 watching.
A Shetland repeat then did 202,000.
Ainsley Harriott visited Wollongong for his Ainsley’s Australian Market Menu with 144,000 watching.
The second part of Trevor McDonald’s Indian Train Adventure did 161,000 after 8.30pm. The channel took the opportunity to promo yet another series features old blokes travelling on trains – this time it’s the ever popular Tony Robinson.