You people. I mean, gah, I even threw up in my mouth a little. Cats Make You Laugh Out Loud (6th – 917,000) wins at 7:30pm for Seven, ahead of The Hotplate (8th – 839,000) on Nine and The Great Australian Spelling Bee (12th – 642,000) on Ten. This is rewarding bad behaviour of the worst kind. Kevin McCloud’s Escape to the Wild (10th – 696,000) takes out 8:30pm as Winners & Losers (8:30pm: 15th – 609,000; 9:30pm: 17th – 587,000) struggles befitting the double episode/burning off nature of its programming.
Timeslot winners (nationally):
6:00pm: Nine News – Nine
6:30pm: Nine News 6:30 – Nine
7:00pm: A Current Affair – Nine
7:30pm: Cats Make You Laugh Out Loud – Seven
8:30pm: Kevin McCloud’s Escape to the Wild – ABC
9:30pm: Winners & Losers (ep2) – Seven
Seven Network won the night (28.9%), followed by Nine Network (27.3%), Ten Network (20.1%), ABC Network (16.9%) & SBS (6.9%).
I guess it sends a message to channel 7 and all the commercial free to airs really. The message. We would rather watch a show about cats who are famous on the Internet than all this other stuff you have been serving up at this time slot. We might just be over reality cooking shows , designed angst and repeats of these aame shows. Mind you I was channel flicking in the ads btn the kitties on 7 and Richard Armitage (my dream date) in a repeat episode of Vicar of Dibley on 7two. I wonder how Richard would have rated in the time slot on 7