Googlebox Australia helps lift Channel 10 in the ratings battle as Seven wins Thursday night

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Googlebox Australia helps lift Channel 10 in the ratings battle against Channel Seven

Googlebox Australia was the most popular show in the prime time slot on Thursday night, helping to give a much needed lift to third-ranked Channel 10 in the ratings battle.

The popular show, which sees everyday Aussies react to the best TV moments of the week that was, pulled an impressive metro audience of 561,000.

Meanwhile, Channel Seven’s line-up of drama, light entertainment, AFL football and news easily beat out rivals to win the night overall for the network.  

A hit! Googlebox Australia was the most popular show in the prime time slot on Thursday night, helping to give a much needed lift to third-ranked Channel 10 in the ratings battle

A hit! Googlebox Australia was the most popular show in the prime time slot on Thursday night, helping to give a much needed lift to third-ranked Channel 10 in the ratings battle 

After a bad slump around the same time last week, Home and Away returned with a  strong 445,000 metro viewers.

Thursday night’s AFL clash between Melbourne and Port Adelaide drew in 422,000 footy fans in the major cities. 

The Chase Australia is still going strong for the network, pulling in 561,000 viewers in the metro figures, while Seven’s news scored an impressive 978,000.

Over on Nine, the NRL failed to break into the top twenty programs across metro, pulling in a poor 275,000 fans to watch Sea Eagles beat the Knights.

Poor: A repeat of Would I Lie to You? Australia didn't brighten Channel 10's outlook Thursday night, pulling in only 178,000 metro viewers

Poor: A repeat of Would I Lie to You? Australia didn’t brighten Channel 10’s outlook Thursday night, pulling in only 178,000 metro viewers 

Nine’s major entertainment program for the night, long-running quiz Millionaire Hot Seat with Eddie McGuire managed to draw in 397,000 metro viewers.

Channel 10 did not have much else to be happy about aside from Googlebox, with its current affairs flagship The Project drawing in a paltry 302,000 metro viewers.

A repeat of Would I Lie to You? Australia didn’t brighten the network’s outlook on the night pulling in only 178,000 metro viewers.

The Chase (pictured) combined with the AFL, the news and Home and Away helped to create a ratings win for Seven on Thursday night

The Chase (pictured) combined with the AFL, the news and Home and Away helped to create a ratings win for Seven on Thursday night

Meanwhile, ABC’s troubled current affairs talk show Q&A continues to stagger, drawing only 224,000 viewers in the major centres, a far cry from its heyday.

Seven’s network share for the night overall was an impressive 31.9 per cent against the Nine network’s 25 per cent, while Channel 10 remains the third-ranked commercial network pulling a poor 18.6 per cent.

Struggling: ABC's troubled current affairs talk show Q&A continues to stagger, drawing only 224,000 viewers in the major centres, a far cry from its heyday

Struggling: ABC’s troubled current affairs talk show Q&A continues to stagger, drawing only 224,000 viewers in the major centres, a far cry from its heyday

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