Wednesday TV Ratings: Win For Nine Despite ARIAs Reaching All-Time Metro Low

Wednesday TV Ratings: Win For Nine Despite ARIAs Reaching All-Time Metro Low

You can’t breathe in the media industry without someone saying how viewers consume content has changed, and the metro rating figures for the ARIAs show this better than much else.

A total of 238,000 metro viewers signed up to watch the ARIAs last night, which was down on last year and the year before. This is a significant drop of five years ago when the awards show would regularly bring in 500,000 metro viewers.

Still, it didn’t stop Nine from taking a win for the night: it had an audience share of 32.2 per cent, beating Seven’s 26.1 per cent, Network 10’s 16.4 per cent, the ABC’s 17.7 per cent and SBS’s 7.6 per cent.

Seven’s The Chase won the entertainment crown with 465,000 metro viewers, whilst Home and Away pulled in 431,000 metro views.

The ABC’s Hard Quiz pulled in 390,000 metro views.

Lead Image: G Flip performing at the ARIAs

                                                       Daily Channel Share

Nine NetworkSeven NetworkNetwork 10ABC TV NetworkSBS Network
32.2%26.1%16.4%17.7%7.6%

 

 

                                               Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)

No.

Show 

Channel 

Metro Views 

1SEVEN NEWSSeven Network818,000
2SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Seven Network780,000
3NINE NEWS 6:30Nine Network652,000
4NINE NEWSNine Network644,000
5A CURRENT AFFAIRNine Network554,000
6ABC NEWS-EVABC TV483,000
7THE CHASE AUSTRALIASeven Network465,000
8HOME AND AWAYSeven Network431,000
97.30-EVABC TV397,000
10HARD QUIZ S5 RPTABC TV390,000

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