The audience flocks to the fun of Working Dog’s panel show.
Seven pull a win due to a strong News hour and a consistent audience. Home & Away (604,000) well off the pace, though Big Brother Australia (638,000) pull a reasonable second place at 7:30pm. US dramas 9-1-1 (289,000) and S.W.A.T. (172,000) keep enough audience to help the share.
Seven first in both primary (19.3%) and network (27.9%) rankings.
Nine deliver a strong first half of the night, starting with A Current Affair (730,000) and Lego Masters Australia (734,000)–both winners in their timeslots. RBT (147,000) and 100% Footy (52,000) [BNE/SYD], coupled with Footy Classified (117,000) [MEL/ADL/PER], doesn’t really light any late-night fires.
Nine second in both primary (18.8%) and network (26.1%) rankings.
10 end up with a big night, but only in a single timeslot. Have You Been Paying Attention? (749,000) wins the night in the entertainment stakes, lifting from light lead-ins from The Project (314,000 6:30pm; 521,000 7pm) and MasterChef Australia (623,000). A repeat of How To Stay Married (239,000) and an encore of The Graham Norton Show (89,000) complete the night.
10 third in both primary (15.4%) and network (22.6%) rankings.
ABC have a lighter night, with even 7:30 (581,000) not pulling bigger numbers given the Luna Park revelations it aired. Australian Story (484,000), Four Corners (359,000), and Media Watch (389,000) all down from last week. Greta Thunberg: A Year To Change The World (159,000) doesn’t add much.
ABC fourth in both primary (11.1%) and network (15.5%) rankings.
The Today Show (224,000)
ABC Breakfast (192,000 (127,000 ABC; 65,000 ABC News))
All figures Five City Metro (5CM); overnights only.
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