ABC comedies enjoyed another strong Wednesday night with Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell pulling in 740,000 viewers, while Utopia managed 739,000.
Sadly, for SBS its very impressive tearjerker Look Me In The Eye debuted to only 285,000 viewers.
Once again it was Nine’s The Block topping the night with 1.04 million viewers. It also gave Nine bragging rights for the night with 30.3 per cent audience share. Seven managed 26 per cent, Network Ten had 18.2 per cent, the ABC had 17.3 per cent and SBS 8.2 per cent.
Over at Ten, The Bachelor did well with 717,000 viewers, followed by The Project with 621,000,
Nine’s news had 982,000, A Current Affair had 821,000 and Doctor Doctor 704,000.
Seven’s news scored 959,000, while Border Security managed 595,000, The Chase had 561,000 and Criminal Minds 406,000.
It’s two comedies aside, the ABC’s 7pm news pulled 717,000 and Hard Quiz 585,000.
The best for the SBS was Extreme Railway Journeys with 325,000.
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