Crime time: Cop shows win the night for Seven

By (incomplete) | 14 August 2014

Network Seven's crime-focused Wednesday night set it up to take the biggest audience share last night, winning 30.5%.

Border Security and The Force – Behind the Line were the seventh and eighth most-watched free-to-air TV shows, with audiences of 975,000 and 958,000 across Australia's five metro areas respectively.

Nine, meanwhile, won 29.2% of the free-to-air audience share, and Ten took 17.7%, according to preliminary overnight ratings figures from OzTam.

The Block Glasshouse was once again the most-watched non-news program, with an audience of 1.024 million putting it in fourth spot.

Ten's The Bachelor dropped on last week's audience of 712,000, with 683,000 viewers making it the 15th most-watched program.

Completing the top 10 was Nine News, in the top spot with an audience of 1.171 million, Seven News, second with 1.084 million, Nine News at 6.30, third with 1.069 million, Nine's A Current Affair, fifth with 987,000, Seven's Today Tonight, sixth with 987,000, Seven's Home and Away, ninth with 864,000, and Seven's Criminal Minds, 10th with 837,000.

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