Wednesday Week 45 2019
• The Blockheads leave the building with just one episode left
• Two bachelors sent home as The Bachelorette narrows field
• Andrew Mercado’s “drama masterpiece” launches on SBS
• Seven News 897,000/886,000
• Nine News 816,000/842,000
• A Current Affair 760,000
• ABC News 600,000
• 7.30 556,000
• The Project 256,000/500,000
• 10 News First 299,000
• The Drum 152,000
• SBS World News 129,000
• Sunrise 253,000
• Today 201,000
Home and Away was up a little from 528,000 Tuesday to 559,000 last night.
Seven’s ob doc hour returned audiences of 490,000 for Highway Patrol and then 498,000 for Motorbike Cops.
The Good Doctor was on 484,000 after 477,000 a week ago.
The public got to see inside the finished properties on the biggest series of The Block ever after the Blockheads left their homes for the past few months. The penultimate episode had an audience of 811,000 with just the auctions to come this weekend ahead of the final episode detailing the results next Sunday night.
Love Island Australia then did 320,000.
Two potential husbands were eliminated on The Bachelorette as the field of candidates narrowed significantly. The episode did 696,000 after 600,000 last week.
Playing For Keeps then did 274,000 after 237,000 a week ago.
Julia Zemiro was spending time with Judith Lucy who was being very frank as always on Home Delivery. The episode did 479,000 after 438,000 last week.
Also up week-on-week was Gruen with 586,000 last week turning into 648,000 last night.
Frayed then did 333,000.
The Last Leg was on 143,000, after viewers on ABC Comedy got their first look at the Adam Hills episode on Tuesday with 91,000 watching.
The final episode of Tony Robinson: Britain’s Ancient Tracks did 229,000.
The drama series labelled as the masterpiece of the year by Andrew Mercado here last Friday, Years and Years, then debuted with 189,000 watching.