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Gogglebox Australia still a hit for Channel 10

Gogglebox Australia still a hit for Channel 10 2

Gogglebox Australia still a hit for Channel 10 with the reality show wining the entertainment ratings battle for the network

Channel Seven beat out network rivals in Thursday’s ratings thanks to a strong showing by their news team and AFL coverage.

But it was Gogglebox Australia on third-place commercial station Channel 10 that was kicking goals in the entertainment stakes. 

The popular show, which sees everyday Aussies react to the best TV moments of the week that was, recorded a strong metro audience of 502,000.

Ratings winner: Gogglebox Australia was the most viewed show on Thursday  -  pictured are Symon Lovett and Adam Densten (right)

Ratings winner: Gogglebox Australia was the most viewed show on Thursday  –  pictured are Symon Lovett and Adam Densten (right)

Channel Nine dropped to second position in the overall network contest with their coverage of the NRL Titans-West Tigers game pulling just 316,00 fans.

Meanwhile 438,000 AFL supporters were drawn from the major metro centres to see the Swans lose a close game to Western Bulldogs at Marvel stadium.

Nine was beaten by the Seven news department Thursday, but only just.

Seven Nightly News pulled 878,000 viewers against Nine News’ 838,00 in the metro ratings.

Struggling: Carrie Bickmore and Rachel Corbett as seen on Channel 10's The Project - it made a  slight improvement on last week's ratings

Struggling: Carrie Bickmore and Rachel Corbett as seen on Channel 10’s The Project – it made a  slight improvement on last week’s ratings 

Home and Away is suffering a footy season slump for Seven, a dark spot on an otherwise bright night. 

It pulled in just 382,00 while the network’s The Chase Australia is steady on 446,000 viewers.

Channel 10 does not have much to celebrate besides Gogglebox.

A scene from First Dates Australia: The show isn't doing much for third-ranked network Channel 10 drawing in only 314,000 viewers in major metro centres

A scene from First Dates Australia: The show isn’t doing much for third-ranked network Channel 10 drawing in only 314,000 viewers in major metro centres

The Project is still struggling but showed a better rating of 293,000 metro viewers an improvement from last week.

First Dates Australia is not doing much for the network either. 

The dating show where singles step-out on match-maker approved blind dates only managed to grab hold of 314,000 fans in the metro ratings.

Footy season is here and Seven is feeling it: Pictured, Roarke Smith of the Bulldogs and Dylan Stephens of the Swans compete for the ball in last night's AFL clash

Footy season is here and Seven is feeling it: Pictured, Roarke Smith of the Bulldogs and Dylan Stephens of the Swans compete for the ball in last night’s AFL clash 

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