Thursday Week 41 2019
• Scott Cam orders tradies off The Block as cash runs out
• Gogglebox with Angie outrates the new Bachelorette
• Seven News 914,000/893,000
• Nine News 759,000/773,000A
• Current Affair 637,000
• ABC News 598,000
• 7.30 515,000
• The Project 232,000/427,000
• 10 News First 302,000
• The Drum 140,000
• SBS World News 141,000
• Sunrise 274,000
• Today 169,000
Home and Away ended its week on 583,000 up marginally from 573,000 on Wednesday.
Bride & Prejudice: The Forbidden Weddings was on 384,000 after 397,000 on Wednesday.
The movie Kingsman: The Golden Circle then did 187,000.
Brady Halls was hosting A Current Affair last night with 637,000 watching.
The Block had a rare Thursday outing because of the NRL Grand Final taking over Sunday this week. The episode featured Scott Cam ordering trades off of site for one of the teams as their cash burn meant their ability to finish the property is in question. The episode was on 747,000.
Love Island followed with 240,000, just under half the launch audience of 490,000 on Monday.
Rachel Corbett was co-hosting The Project with Waleed Aly and Maude Garrett interviewed Will Smith in Los Angeles. The episode did 427,000 with the hosts interviewing the new MasterChef judges near the end of the episode.
The second night of The Bachelorette saw the opening night audience of 717,000 dip to 631,000.
Gogglebox managed to attract the channel’s biggest audience of the night with 704,000 after 561,000 a week ago.
Much of the evening was filled with the men’s World Cup Qualifier between Australia and Nepal. The audience was 191,000 as Australian won its second successive qualifier.
The new look Thursday schedule started with Ainsley’s Australian Market Menu with 179,000 watching him in South Australia.
Monty Don’s Paradise Garden then did 187,000.