• Superstar Gogglebox #1 leisure and #1 in key demos
• 9 wins the night time with ACA, RBT, and Australia Behind Bars
In a single day TV Rankings March 3
Seven Information 955,000/913,000
9 Information 938,000/899,000
ABC Information 649,000
10 Information First 368,000 (5:00pm)/ 216,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World Information 176,000 (6:30pm) 124,000 (7:00pm)
Every day present affairs
A Present Affair 646,000
The Challenge 219,000 (6:30pm)/334,000 (7:00pm)
The Drum 150,000
As we speak 253,000
Information Breakfast 221,000
9 Information Late 148,000
The Newest 87,000
ABC Late Information 84,000
SBS World Information Late 64,000
9 has continued its successful streak this week after as soon as once more producing the #1 major channel (18.7%) and community share (26.4%). With no Married at First Sight main the way in which, 9 as an alternative put out a successful mixture of A Present Affair (646,000), RBT (438,000), and Australia Behind Bars (324,000).
On Seven, Residence and Away was the highest leisure program for the broadcaster, not as soon as, not twice, however 3 times as the normal Thursday night time triple episode had a powerful common of 546,000 for the primary two episodes and 440,000 for the third and ultimate ep.
10 had its greatest night time of the week with a major share of 14.5% whereas additionally producing the #1 leisure program of the night with the premiere of Superstar Gogglebox which had 571,000 viewers. This system was additionally #1 in all key demos.
The celebrities included: The Irwin Household- Bindi, Terri and Robert, Hamish Blake & Zoë Foster Blake, Dave Hughes & spouse Holly Ife, Julia Morris & Nazeem Hussain, Celia Pacquola & Luke McGregor, Matt Preston & Lachy Hulme, Alex Perry, Joh Bailey & Cheyenne Tozzi. Dylan Alcott & Andy Allen, and Anthony Callea & Campbell.
Earlier within the night time, First Dates Australia had its second rendezvous with viewers on its new residence of Channel 10, bringing in 374,000 viewers.
On the ABC, Overseas Correspondent had 423,000 viewers because it lined Within the weeks main as much as the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Q+A then had 307,000 viewers because it additionally lined the battle in Ukraine because the episode was hosted by Stan Grant.
The highest non-news program on SBS final night time was Royals: Protecting the Crown which had 171,000 viewers.