With apparently-lighter competition last night, Seven was dominant last night, sweeping almost every timeslot.
My Kitchen Rules topped the night at 1.08m viewers, streets ahead of Planet Earth II (650,000) and The Biggest Loser (453,000) -TEN’s revamped reality show saw no discernible lift in its second outing, while Nine’s Attenborough doco slipped on last week.
New true crime series Million Dollar Cold Case won its slot with a cool 644,000 viewers, around the same Murder Uncovered attracted in the same 9pm slot a week ago. Nine’s Murder Calls Australia, with a 20 minute head start, had to settle for 488,000 -also down on last week.
Both The Weekly with Charlie Pickering and Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery rose on last week’s outing, while This is Us copped the brunt of TBL: Transformed.
A Current Affair waved the flag for Nine, as the sole primetime offering to win its timeslot.
Seven network won easily with 34.3% then Nine 26.1%, TEN 17.2%, ABC 16.3% and SBS 6.1%.
My Kitchen Rules (1.08m) was #1 for Seven then Seven News (976,000 / 958,000), Home and Away (713,000), Million Dollar Cold Case (644,000), The Chase (583,000 / 385,000) and Women Who Kill (361,000).
Nine News (904,000 / 890,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (767,000), Planet Earth II(650,000), Murder Calls Australia (488,000) and Hot Seat (485,000 / 279,000). Mafia Women was 245,000.
The Project (513,000 / 352,000) led for TEN then TEN Eyewitness News (485,000), The Biggest Loser: Transformed (453,000), This is Us (444,000) and Family Feud (354,000). Madam Secretary was 210,000.
ABC News (756,000), 7:30 (611,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (526,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (495,000), Walliams and Friend (313,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (247,000) made up ABC’s evening.
Over on SBS it was Digging for Britain’s Secrets (214,000), The Eighties (148,000 across 2 episodes) and SBS World News (137,000) .
Shaun the Sheep bleat out the multichannel competition with 191,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 115,000 / 57,000