Wednesday TV Wrap: 10 And The ABC Tie For Bronze

Sydney, Australia - March 24, 2015: People entering and leaving the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Centre in Ultimo.

Network 10 and the ABC tied in third place for control of the daily share, each netting 15.7 per cent of viewership, as per OzTAM’s metro data.

The ABC’s top performer was ABC News with 696,000 viewers while 10’s was The Project with 479,000.

Out on top overall was Seven News with 1,168,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 1,066,000 and A Current AFfair with 718,000.

With no The Voice or Survivor, Nine’s The Block rose to a clear entertainment win, netting a nice 668,000 viewers.

Seven’s Home and Away and The Chase also performed well with 637,000 and 584,000 viewers respectively, while the ABC’s Hard Quiz had 568,000.

The ABC’s new quiz show Question Everything  slipped from its premiere last week to nab 453,000, while 10’s The Bachelor also fell in at under 500,000 viewers, scoring 445,000.

The rest of Seven’s night saw RFDS score 465,000 viewers while Nurses had 421,000 and the Paralympics night one had 374,0000.

For Nine, Hot Seat had 476,000 viewers, while Paramedics had 449,000.

On the ABC, 7.30 had 560,000.

While the ABC and 10 networks tied for third, on top overall was the Seven Network with 32.7 per cent of the daily share. The Nine Network has in second with 27.8 per cent while the SBS Network had 8.2 per cent.




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