Nine’s The Block managed to snare Wednesday night’s number one entertainment spot, after losing out to the return of ABC’s Gruen last week.
The Block did a decent 809,000, up from 744,000 last week, according to OzTAM metro. Meanwhile, Gruen lost some 200,000 viewers from its Season 12 debut last week, managing a still very solid 738,000 Wednesday night.
Over at Seven, its best for the night was Home and Away with 536,000 tuning in. 10’s The Bachelorette could only muster 464,000.
In terms of primary channel share, Nine won the night with 21.0 per cent, ABC came second on 15.9 per cent, Seven did 15.6 per cent, 10 did 10.7 per cent and SBS finished on 5.5 per cent.
Here’s how the rest of the night ran:
News did 872,000, A Current Affair did 731,000, Australian Crime Stories did 376,000, and Hot Seat did 443,000.
News did 943,000, The Chase did 516,000 and Highway Patrol did 430,000.
News did 670,000, 7.30 did 555,000, Planet America did 402,000, and a Utopia repeat did 401,000.
The Project did 457,000.
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