TV Ratings May 1: Seven gets midweek win with AGT and Front Bar

• A Bondi Rescue double had audiences of 461,000 and 327,000.

• Seven well clear midweek with AGT and Front Bar combo
• Kath & Kim & Muriel take over Nine’s Wednesday schedule

Nine News 1,155,000/1,122,000
Seven News 1,109,000/1,023,000
ABC News 814,000
A Current Affair 755,000
7.30 678,000
The Project 348,000/544,000
10 News 395,000/256,000
Sunrise 320,000
The Latest 300,000
The Drum 225,000
Today 211,000
SBS World News 176,000

Seven: Home and Away hovered around 660,000 for the first two nights of the week and then did 669,000 for its midweek screening.
America’s Got Talent featured an unusual collection of artists including two magicians who failed to impress Simon Cowell yet won over the other judges. The show was on 573,000 after 563,000 last week.
The Front Bar featured former Bulldog and Lion Brad Hardie with 356,000 and 225,000 in Melbourne. Sam Pang was back after Andy Lee did a great job off the bench last week.

Nine: In three nights A Current Affair has gone from 800,000 to 767,00 and 755,000 last night.
Two episodes of Kath & Kim were then on 373,000 and 357,000.
The 1994 Aussie classic movie Muriel’s Wedding did 184,000.

10: Rachel Corbett got to interview Dev Patel on a Zoom call on The Project with 544,000 watching after crowds of 584,000 and 560,000 earlier in the week.
A Bondi Rescue double followed at 7.30pm with the lifeguards catching a bag thief working the summer crowds. The episodes had audiences of 461,000 and 327,000.
The US dramas Tommy (242,000) and Bull (174,000) followed.

ABC: Home Delivery featured host Julia Zemiro asking software developer Scott Farquhar about his childhood years growing up in Castle Hill. The episode was on 531,000.
The Weekly touched on the ABC’s funding challenges and economics correspondent Luke McGregor borrowed Charlie Pickering’s desk to talk about economic impact of the arts. The audience of 501,000 was down on last week’s 550,000.
The final episode of At Home Alone Together then did 343,000 up marginally on 325,000 last week.

 SBS: After visiting Mexico and the USA a week ago, Tony Robinson’s World By Rail travelled to Canada and Alaska. The audience of 290,000 could again rank the show the channel’s #2 for the week.
Episode one of the four-part Who Gets to Stay in Australia? then did 203,000.

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