TV ratings December 12: Nine has another midweek win

• Hard Quiz & Mad As Hell wrap successful year as timeslot champs

• Young Sheldon double and a western give Nine midweek win


Home And Away as again just under 600,000 with three episodes on its penultimate evening this year.

The 2010 Russell Crowe movie Robin Hood followed with 229,000.


A Current Affair was back above 700,000 for the second time this week.

Two episodes of Young Sheldon were both close to half a million – one over and one under.

The 2016 remake of the classic western The Magnificent Seven followed with 418,000 which helped secure Nine’s midweek win.


Christmas movies and women’s wrestling were featured on The Project with 357,000 after 7pm.

Lovers of Italy and old-school cooking are having a great time watching Jamie & The Nonnas with 330,000 last night.

Blind Date then did 206,000.

10 Bold has been copping it over its name change, but the viewers are taking it in their stride as the channel was the #1 multi last night on 4.1% with its line-up of Bondi Rescue, Walker Texas Ranger and three episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles.


The season final of Hard Quiz did 623,000. The third series of the show delivered 18 episodes and some big audiences after season one was just 10 eps. The final night saw contestants getting grilled on Kath & Kim, The Hunger Games, Puccini and Scotch whiskey.

Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell then wrapped its 10th season with episode 10 on 605,000. It too has had a great year and both programs were timeslot winners again for the channel.

The panel show Tomorrow Night then did 434,000.

Lots of Brexit chat on Adam Hills: The Last Leg with the host on crutches after a sporting injury in the days before the episode was broadcast. The audience was on 247,000.


Destination Flavour China was on 117,000 at 7.30pm.

The audience jumped to 189,000 at 8pm for Great British Railway Journeys and then hit 200,000 for an episode of 24 Hours In Emergency.

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