Wednesday TV Wrap: (As Expected) The Block Hands Nine The Win

Wednesday TV Wrap: (As Expected) The Block Hands Nine The Win

The Block again did the business for Nine last night pulling 920,000 viewers and handing the network a Wednesday win with 30.2 per cent of the audience share.

Seven came in second then 27.9 per cent, while Ten held off the ABC by the slimmest of margins – 17.2 per cent to 17.1 per cent, respectively. SBS had 7.5 per cent.

Nine’s other standouts were its 6pm news (975,000), ACA (843,000) and Hot Seat (509,000). However, Britain’s Got Talent (370,000) continues to prove a bit of a fizzer.

Seven had the most watched show of the night – its 6pm news bulletin with 993,000. Its other highlights were Home And Away (628,000), Highway Patrol (622,000) and The Chase (607,000).

For Ten, Australian Survivor is proving disappointing, last night’s episode managing 620,000. The Project (475,000) the network’s only other show of note.

Over at the ABC, it’s night went thus: 7pm news (716,000), Anh’s Brush With Fame (662,000), The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (585,000), 7:30 (522,000), You Can’t Ask That (352,000), Think Tank (236,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (227,000). Over at the SBS, its best was Great British Railways with 259,000.

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