Another ratings morn, another day of disappointing numbers for Network TEN.
Now its latest offering I Will Survive is challenged by its own title, pulling just 506,000 viewers last night -fourth in its timeslot.
It follows lacklustre numbers for Everybody Dance Now, Don’t Tell the Bride, Can of Worms, The Shire, Breakfast, repeats of Modern Family -only Puberty Blues stands out from the pack.
The show attracted good feedback on Twitter last night, but a broader audience appears to be cool on the concept.
Seven won the night again with 35.0% to Nine 23.3%, TEN 17.4%, ABC 17.0% and SBS high on 7.2%.
The X Factor topped the night with 1.52m viewers. Next for Seven were Seven News (1.37m), Today Tonight (1.19m), Winners and Losers (1.16m / 1.07m), Home & Away ( 1.00m) and Deal or No Deal (621,000).
Nine News (1.13m) led for Nine followed by A Current Affair (1.08m), Big Brother (1.01m), The Big Bang Theory (693,000) Anger Management (693,000 / 593,000), Hot Seat (609,000).
TEN News (716,000) was the best TEN could manage all night. NCIS was 662,000, I Will Survive was 506,000, Modern Family was 483,000, The Project 6pm was 436,000 and NCIS: LA was 428,000.
ABC News won its timeslot with 1.13m for ABC1 followed by 7:30 (690,000), Qi (658,000), Three Men Go to Venice (602,000), Foreign Correspondent (549,000), Australia’s Paralympians (412,000) and Time Team (294,000).
SBS ONE had a good night with Who Do You Think You Are? (464,000), Insight (337,000), Dateline (207,000) and World News Australia (152,000).
Neighbours topped multichannels with 341,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 55,000 / 32,000