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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.<br>
The popular show, which sees everyday Aussies - https://www.biggerpockets.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=everyday%20Aussies react to the best TV moments of the week that was, pulled an impressive metro audience of 561,000.<br>
Meanwhile, Channel Seven's line-up of drama, light entertainment, football and news easily beat out rivals to win the night overall for the network.  <br>
A hit! Googlebox Australia was the most popular show in the prime time situs judi slot terbaik - https://nutritionpolice.org/bocoran-pragmatic-play-slot-gates-of-olympus... on Thursday night, helping to give a much needed lift to third-ranked Channel 10 in the ratings battle <br>
After a bad slump around the same time last week, Home and Away returned with a  strong 445,000 metro viewers.<br>
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Thursday night's AFL clash between Melbourne and Port Adelaide drew in 422,000 footy fans in the major cities. <br>
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.<br>
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.<br>
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Australia didn't brighten Channel 10's outlook Thursday night, pulling in only 178,000 metro viewers <br>
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.<br>
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.<br>
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Australia didn't brighten the network's outlook on the night pulling in only 178,000 metro viewers.<br>
The Chase (pictured) combined with the AFL, the news and Home and Away helped to create a ratings win for Seven on Thursday night<br>
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.<br>
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.<br>
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<br>