• Nine claims first place all people and in combined channel share
• TEN’s midweek MasterChef jumps to just over 900,000
• Two shows over 300,000 at SBS: Extreme Railways + Filthy Rich
A familiar pair of slippers is Seven’s Wednesday night. All of the programs screening now have a long pedigree at Seven, even if they are mostly past their glory days.
Home and Away was down 100,000 from Tuesday on 656,000.
After a slip last night, the ACA audience grew to 884,000 with reporters covering a drug bust and credit card reward makeovers.
Britain’s Got Talent is now a long way behind the UK screening date with 621,000 watching last night.
The Last Resort seems like a series that won’t go away until you put a stake through its heart. Something that featured a ring ceremony kept the couples on holiday with 261,000 watching.
After a fall to 567,000 Tuesday night, The Project 7pm did 612,000, up from 567,000 the night before.
MasterChef was a strong timeslot winner with 904,000 a great result. A week ago MasterChef against State Or Origin did 567,000.
Offspring returned to its Wednesday 8.30pm timeslot with what was a festival of Geraldine with some of the family very surprised by what she told them. The series return has started with a very healthy 724,000 – a number big enough to generate some traffic by various means to a diverse list of contacts.
Anh Do’s Brush With Fame is finally coming to an end with Fiona Wood the special guest with 623,000 last night, up from 549,000 last week.
Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell kept all the Anh Do audience – 622,000.
Then Ronny Chieng International Student did 351,000 and Adam Hills: The Last Leg did 277,000.
Filthy Rich and Homeless continued to profile the competitors and the challenges they face when they leave. Filthy did 354,000 after its launch last week on 335,000.
Extreme Railway Journeys saw Chris Tarrant making tracks from Cape Town to Victoria Falls and beyond.