• 10 wins night with best share since I’m A Celebrity launch episode
• Return of Gogglebox helps channel to win key demos, all people
• Young Sheldon sitcom and Big Bash League trail jungle japes
FTA early evening TV news/current affairs
• Seven News 926,000/840,000
• Nine News 798,000/821,000
• A Current Affair 683,000
• ABC News 637,000
• 7.30 562,000
• 10 News First 379,000
• SBS World News 107,000
• Sunrise 280,000
• Today 201,000
• News Breakfast 113,000
Week 6 Reality Battle
Married At First Sight
• Sunday 1,088,000
• Monday 1,117,000
• Tuesday 1,167,000
• Wednesday 1,282,000
My Kitchen Rules
• Sunday 808,000
• Monday 841,000
• Tuesday 799,000
• Wednesday 816,000
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here
• Sunday 591,000/662,000
• Monday 561,000/520,000
• Tuesday 545,000/555,000
• Wednesday 527,000/537,000
• Thursday 677,000/800,000
The Big Bash League returned to Seven last night with a match between Hobart and the Melbourne Renegades. The first session was on 393,000 followed by session two with…393,000.
A 17.0% share last night was the primary channel’s lowest share and first time under 20% since Thursday last week.
Seven managed to rank #1 on combined share though with contributions form its four multichannels.
A Current Affair won its timeslot on 683,000, which was its smallest audience of the week. The show remembered the Black Saturday tragedy and the loss of Nine Melbourne newsreader Brian Naylor and his wife.
An hour of Young Sheldon saw two episodes record audiences of 492,000 and 453,000.
The 2016 movie Doctor Strange then did 323,000.
The channel’s best night since the launch episode of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! and the second best night this year saw the 10 rank #1 all people and under 50. The episode started on 677,000 and then climbed to 800,000 for the elimination of Justine Schofield.
A big contributor to that winning share was the return of Gogglebox. It opened its new season on 715,000, which kept the channel well in front of its competition.
Earlier in the night The Project remembered Black Saturday and Tom Gleeson later joined the panel. The episode did 404,000 after 7pm.
The soon-to-depart NAB chair Ken Henry joined Leigh Sales on 7.30 with 562,000 watching.
Escape From The City was on the Sunshine Coast with the home hunter falling in love with a home that looked like it could have been in the city. The episode did 440,000.