The Chase, ACA, The Dog House win Thursday slots.

No reality juggernauts, no competition in Birmingham, and no AFL ….Thursday night was quiet viewing across the board.

The Chase led entertainment 530,000 / 323.000for Seven.

The Dog House won its slot at 438,000 then 7:30  (413,000), an extended Home & Away (419,000 / 375,000 from 7pm) and Foreign Correspondent (314,000).

Later The Front Bar was 340,000 then Law & Order: SVU (249,000) and Q+A (230,000).

Thursday Night NRL drew 382,000.

Nine network won Thursday with 28.6% then Seven 27.7%, 10 17.9%, ABC 16.9% and SBS 8.9%.

Nine News (785,000 / 773,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair won with 584,000 then Hot Seat (407,000 / 251,000). Paramedics was 133,000 across the network with RBT (73,000) in select cities.

Seven News was #1 at 870,000 / 853,000 for Seven. In various slots were Crime Investigation Australia (210,000) and Police Strike Force (123,000).

The Project managed 315,000 / 232,000 for 10 then 10 News First  (247,000 / 184,000) with a The Cheap Seats replay (120,000).

ABC News drew 578,000 for ABC. Sammy J (288,000), The Drum (154,000) and One Plus One (97,000) followed.

On SBS it was World’s Most Scenic River Journeys (155,000), Scotland’s Sacred Islands (133,000),  SBS World News (133,000 / 127,000), The Queen At War (124,000)

The Adventures of Paddington led multichannels at 110,000.

The Morning Show: 109,000 / 72,000
Today Extra: 101,000 / 64,000
Studio 10: 36,000 / 31,000

In Total TV numbers last Thursday were:

The Dog House: 569,000
NRL: 474,000
Q+A: 312,000
Foreign Correspondent: 390,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 11 August 2022

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