Seven News 1,168,000/1,108,000
Nine News 1,072,000/953,000
ABC News 815,000
A Current Affair 706,000
The Project 330,000/490,000
10 News 387,000/253,000
News Breakfast 225,000
SBS World News 211,000
The Drum 195,000
Seven: Home and Away’s week has gone from 639,000 to 669,000 to 642,000 across three nights.
America’s Got Talent was then on 456,000 after 573,000 last week.
The Front Bar was on 307,000 with 193,000 in Melbourne with Andy Lee joining the desk again, this time sitting in for Mick Molloy. Guests included Jeff Kennett.
Nine: The channel is having its best week in a month with four successive wins so far. Wednesday recovered week-on-week with share up from 16.0% to 19.8%. If Seven still manages to win the week it will probably be with a reduced margin.
Nine’s winning midweek combo included A Current Affair as the numbers dipped from close to 800,000 on two nights to just over 700,000 last night.
RBT was on 544,000 after 394,000 a week ago and then new Emergency did 544,000 after Paramedics had similar numbers a week ago.
10: The Project dipped under 500,000 which hasn’t happened for a while this early in the week.
The Bondi Rescue season finale was on 347,000 with a visitor led away by the cops for inappropriate groping in the surf. A second episode did 270,000.
ABC: Home Delivery ended this season with Casey Donovan and an audience of 504,000.
That number climbed to 528,000 for The Weekly which even managed to feature a screen grab from the Media Morning Report! More power to this great program.
The returning sitcom Rosehaven started its new season on 496,000.
SBS: The host was in Russian on Tony Robinson’s World by Rail with 303,000 watching.
Who Gets to Stay in Australia? then did 128,000. The numbers then climbed for a repeat of Inside Aldi on 142,000.