The Seven Network won across a low rating Wednesday night that featured none of the key tent pole reality franchises.
With not a lot on offer on commercial TV, ABC picked up a couple of share points for its best Wednesday in five weeks. Multichannels also did some heavy lifting with 10 Bold over 5%. Without MasterChef 10’s share was down 2 points while Seven and Nine were roughly on par with the previous Wednesday. Seven’s new Wednesday line-up scored a win in all markets.
In the 25-54 demo group Seven had 31.9%, 10 had 26.2%, Nine 21,9%, ABC 12.6% and SBS 7.7%.
In 16-39 Seven had 33.6%, 10 was on 29.0%, Nine 20.1%, ABC 11.1% and SBS 6.2%.
At 7.30 it was a win to ABC’s 7.30 ahead of the debut of America’s Got Talent and Bondi Rescue. Kath &Kim missed the top 20 with 333,000 and 307,000 on it new night.
In the key 25-54 demo, Bondi Recue was 5th and 8th, America’s Got Talent 10th with Kath & Kim 18th
For Seven’s split programming, Front Bar ranked 7th in Melbourne, 15th in Adelaide and 20th in Perth. Police: Hour of Duty was 36th in Sydney and 45th in Brisbane.
Outside the top 20
|THE FRONT BAR||Seven||335,000|
|KATH & KIM -RPT -TX1||Nine||333,000|
|TONY ROBINSON’S WORLD BY RAIL||SBS||325,000|
|THE PROJECT 6.30PM||10||315,000|
|KATH & KIM -RPT -TX2||Nine||307,000|
|THE LATEST: SEVEN NEWS||Seven||282,000|
|10 NEWS FIRST 6PM||10||259,000|
|DAVID ATTENBOROUGH: INDIA’S WILD EDEN RPT||SBS||227,000|
|WOULD I LIE TO YOU?-LE||ABC||187,000|
|SBS WORLD NEWS||SBS||171,000|
|POLICE: HOUR OF DUTY||Seven||150,000|
News Breakfast 215,000
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