Commonwealth Games gold medal for Channel Seven as coverage from Birmingham outperformed all rivals in overnight ratings Thursday
Channel Seven’s coverage of the Commonwealth Games has continued to strike ratings gold for the network.
Athletic action in Birmingham drew 550,000 spectators in major centers across the country in Thursday night’s ratings battle.
No entertainment program on any rival network came close to those numbers.
Channel Seven’s coverage of the Commonwealth Games has continued to strike ratings gold for the network, with athletic action in Birmingham garnering 550,000 viewers in major centers across the country in ratings overnight on Thursday.
Meanwhile, Seven’s own quiz show The Chase Australia also proved to be the winner.
It garnered a solid 493,000 fans in Metro ratings on Thursday, but ABC’s Q&A fared poorly overnight.
Only 210,000 spectators in major centers watched as Stan Grant discussed a new CSIRO report about a society facing ‘megatrends’.
The evening panel included women’s rights advocate Hannah Devinee, ALP Senator Jenny McAllister and Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young.
The News & Current Affairs panel reveals that The Project manages just 204,000 viewers for the 7 p.m. slot in the Metro ratings, 100,000 less than the night before.
Channel 10 appears to be missing the ratings firepower it received from reality hit, Hunted Australia.
Once a ratings winner, the project continues its struggle to capture fans.
The news and current affairs panel show managed just 204,000 viewers for the 7 p.m. slot in Metro Ratings, 100,000 less than the night before.
Dog House Australia did well on a night dominated by the Games in Birmingham – the reality hit scores 365,000 across major centers
Heartwarming animal show Dog House Australia gave 10 networks something to smile about overnight.
The reality hit where rescue dogs made their ‘forever homes’ scored 365,000 across major centers, a fine performance on a night when the Games were dominated by Birmingham.
Channel Nine had some good news. His NRL coverage on Thursday night actually made it to the top 20 shows of the evening.
ABC’s Q&A garnered only 210,000 viewers overnight in major centers
255,000 foot fans tuned in at major centers to watch the rosters beat the Broncos 34-16.
Overall Channel Seven won the night, thanks to the Games in Birmingham, with a whopping 38 percent audience share. Nine poor finished second with 24.3 percent viewership.
And once again Channel 10 came third with only 15.3 percent viewership.
Meanwhile, ABC managed 14.9 per cent of the market share.
Chaser Australia scored an impressive 493,000 fans in the Metro ratings on Thursday for Channel Seven Picture: New Chaser Mara Lezgins, 27.