Wednesday Week 29 2019
• Larissa through to MasterChef semis with 3 episodes remaining
• My Life Is Murder debut lifts 10 timeslot week-on-week
• Seven News 1,116,000/1,054,000
• Nine News 894,000/908,000
• A Current Affair 734,000
• ABC News 632,000
• 7.30 590,000
• The Project 316,000/510,000
• 10 News First 410,000
• The Drum 193,000
• SBS World News 148,000
• Sunrise 286,000
• Today 191,000
Home And Away slipped to 677,000 after 711,000 on Monday and 700,000 on Tuesday.
The ob doc hour then saw Border Security on 521,000 and The Force on 481,000.
Britain’s Got Talent was on 344,000.
A Current Affair was hosted by Leila McKinnon with 734,000 last night after 787,000 and 836,000 earlier in the week.
Two episodes of Young Sheldon then did 459,000 and 365,000.
Star Trek Beyond was then on 250,000.
The Project edged back over 500,000 as its 10th birthday celebrations continued.
On MasterChef Larissa became the first person through to the semi-finals on Sunday. The last Wednesday episode of the series for 2019 did 719,000, making it one of the higher ratings episodes this season. The show entrusted the contestants with cooking some of the final dishes in George Calombaris’s 12-year-old restaurant Press Club, which closed last month.
The premier of 10’s new Australian drama from CJZ My Life Is Murder debuted with 482,000, enough to win the timeslot.
Anh’s Brush With Fame made the top 10 with 664,000 at 8pm.
Mad As Hell viewers then got a surprise with a repeat of last week’s episode running again at 8.30pm with 495,000 watching. This week’s episode is now on iview and will screen tonight.
Squinters then returned with 285,000.
24 Hours In Emergency was the channel’s best with 179,000.
Going Places With Ernie Dingo was on 164,000.
Stage 10 of the Tour de France was on 143,000.