• Seven’s midweek winning combo: H&A and AGT
• Plus The Front Bar with Andy Lee and Tony Barber
• SBS’s best 2020 midweek share: Trains, chocs and Maccas
Seven News 1,162,000/1,101,000
Nine News 990,000/911,000
ABC News 786,000
A Current Affair 698,000
The Project 350,000/541,000
10 News 405,000/262,000
The Latest 225,000
The Drum 223,000
News Breakfast 211,000
SBS World News 184,000
Seven: The primary channel and the network were well ahead last night.
Home and Away was steady around 650,000 with America’s Got Talent then on 563,000, up from 525,000 a week ago.
The Front Bar did 347,000 in AFL markets with 219,000 in Melbourne. The show featured the first full four quarters appearance from Andy Lee at the bar and then a memorable appearance from TV legend and Gold Logie winner Tony Barber. He was followed by Essendon great and swimming pool builder Paul Vander Har.
Nine: Wednesday could again deliver the week’s lowest share for the primary channel with 16.0%. The Kath & Kim double was on 356,000 and then 319,000.
The midweek movie Crocodile Dundee II then did 238,000.
10: Share dipped into single figures for the first time in survey on a Wednesday this year. The Project had the best primetime audience with 541,000 at 7pm.
Two Bondi Rescue episodes did 346,000 and 282,000.
ABC: Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery and The Weekly with Charlie Pickering were both close to 550,000 with both episodes up substantially on last week. At Home Alone Together was also up – from 331,000 to 389,000 week-on-week.
SBS: The channel posted its most-competitive Wednesday share this year with 6.3%.
Tony Robinson’s World by Rail led the charge with 271,000.
A repeat of Inside Cadbury: Chocolate Secrets Unwrapped hit a sweet spot too with 233,000.
9.30pm was a contributor too with a repeat of Secrets of McDonald’s on 173,000.