TV ratings October 15: Gogglebox & The Bachelorette win key demos

The Bachelorette

• The Front Bar helps Seven edge past Nine, Seven clear network #1

• The Front Bar helps Seven edge past Nine, Seven clear network #1
• 10 competitive with Gogglebox, The Bachelorette winning demos

Primetime News
Seven News 962,000/932,000
Nine News 903,000/847,000
ABC News 706,000
10 News First 313,000/202,000
SBS World News 170,000

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 647,000
7.30 523,000
The Project 302,000/454,000
The Drum 171,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 241,000
Today 222,000
News Breakfast 202,000

Late night news
The Latest 264,000
Nine News Late 144,000
ABC Late News 70,000

Thursday TV

Seven: Home and Away ended its week with another 90 minutes from Summer Bay with 475,000 watching after three nights close to 550,000.

A Thursday movie followed in Sydney and Brisbane, 2017’s The Greatest Showman with Hugh Jackman on 96,000.

The Preliminary Final edition of The Front Bar was on 339,000 with 208,000 in Melbourne.

Nine: A Current Affair Thursday did 647,000 after a drop to 623,000 on Wednesday.

Paramedics started the factual medical series evening with 367,000, Kings Cross ER was on 346,000 and 294,000, and then A&E After Dark from the Hull Royal Infirmary in England did 178,000.

10: Sydney ferries, Covid-19 and The Bachelorette were among the stories featured on The Project with 454,000 after 7pm.

After 468,000 on Wednesday, episode four of The Bachelorette was on 534,000. Becky found a possible partner and there was some bickering from the bachelors.

The Goggleboxers were kept busy looking at Junior MasterChef and The Social Dilemma among other things. After 613,000 last week, last night Gogglebox was on 661,000. 

ABC: With The Heights second season completed, Scottish Vets Down Under got the Thursday night 8pm slot and it had an audience of 340,000.

Escape from the City’s Jane Hall was then taking two house hunters around Mission Beach looking for life by the seaside with 367,000 tuned in. This is the end of a long run of the successful show in the timeslot, with a Joanna Lumley doco next week.

SBS: Episode three of Michael Mosley: Queen Victoria’s Slum was on 119,000 at 7.30pm.

Episode three of the fourth season of Fargo followed with 61,000 after a double episode launched the season a week ago.

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