The ABC’s Wednesday night of comedy – ably led by Gruen Nation – continues to perform strongly for the public broadcaster.
Gruen did 559,000 according to OzTAM metro numbers and wasn’t that far away from the evening’s top entertainment show, Nine’s Travel Guides, that posted 593,000.
Nine won Wednesday with 28.1 per cent of all of last night’s eyeballs (all channels). Seven was agonisingly close behind with 27.5 per cent. The ABC nabbed third spot and 18.9 per cent. 10 had to settle for fourth and 16.8 per cent and SBS did 8.7 per cent.
Seven’s news was again the most watched show of the night, pulling 978,000. Nine’s news did 835,000 and ACA had 603,000.
Seven’s Big Brother continues to flounder, it could only manage 359,000 and was the 17th most watched show of the night. 10’s MasterChef was also a little of the boil, it pulled 499,000.
Other highlights for the ABC were its 7pm news (604,000), The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (523,000), 7.30 (504,000) and Tomorrow Tonight (368,000).
Other notables for 10 were The Project with a neat 400,000 and 10 News First that did 302,000.
Seven’s Home And Away had 505,000 and The Chase did 338,000.
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