Total television ratings, April 23
ABC Brown Father topped total TV ratings for non-news programs, attracting 701,000 viewers, up 15%.
ABC also took second place with Unforgettable, reaching a total TV audience of 487,000 and experiencing a 21% increase
The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family on SBS had the biggest overnight increase with 27% to reach a total TV audience of 183,000.
TV Ratings Overnight, April 30
Saturday’s network share winner is Seven with 32.4%, followed by Nine with 28.1%. Seven also won the first channel with a 21.9% share. 7TWO and 7Mate took the multi-channel victory, tied at 3.8%.
St Kilda took on Port Adelaide on Seven’s AFL: Saturday night football, attracting an audience of 314,000 people. 156,000 Melbournens tuned in to watch Port Adelaide clinch their second win of the season with a 5.13 (43) to 4.18 (42) victory.
On Nine, the tenth episode of space invaders was the network’s most-watched non-news program and the fifth-most-watched program among all key demographics, with 325,000 views.
ABC Brown Father was the most-watched entertainment program of the night, attracting an audience of 426,000, including 135,000 from Sydney. In addition, Call the midwife pushed ABC up with 314,000 views.
A repetition of Bondi Rescue was the top 10 most-watched entertainment program with 121,000 views.
SBS aired an episode of Could Hitler have been stopped? which drew 106,000 viewers.
Fox League took the top three spots on subscription television. NRL Super Saturday had an audience of 289,000, while the Eels V Cowboys game recorded 267,000 as the Cowboys edged the Eels 35-4. The Bulldogs v Roosters match drew 259,000 spectators as the Bulldogs won 16-12.
On Fox Footy, Melbourne v Hawthorn had 218,000 views as Melbourne beat Hawthorn 13.13 (91) to 11.15 (81).