Seven wins an overall network share of 38%; The Chase tops entertainment

Seven’s The Chase Australia won entertainment on Thursday, as the network also celebrated an overall network share win.

The episode aired to 493,000 people in the five major capitals, followed by Nine’s Hot Seat which had 380,000 viewers in the Tube, while The Dog House on Ten aired to 419,000 viewers in the Tube.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report on July 28, the final episode of Neighbors on Ten was the most popular program nationally on linear, with 1.477 million viewers, including 249,000 on BVOD, and a 36% increase. , the largest increase of any program.

The next entertainment was an episode of Dog House which aired to 365,000 Tube viewers, followed by a late episode of The Chase Australia which aired to 316,000 Tube viewers.


Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Night Session 7 aired to 669,000 Tube viewers, while taking top spot in all three key advertising demos.

Meanwhile, the evening session saw 564,000 Metro viewers, followed by a late session with 333,000 Metro viewers.

Overall, Seven News topped the lineup with 908,000 Subway viewers, followed by Seven News at 6:30 a.m. with 882,000 Subway viewers. Nine News at 6:30 followed with 752,000 subway viewers, then Nine News with 745,000 subway viewers. A Current Affair had 629,000 subway viewers, followed by ABC News which had 563,000. ABC 7:30 followed with 417,000 subway viewers.

As mentioned, Seven won the overall share for the evening with 38%, followed by Nine with 24.3%. Next is Ten with 15.3%, followed by ABC, with 14.9% of the total share.

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