ABC’s Hard Quiz wins the night in entertainment again pulling in 574,000 viewers – perhaps another Logie is in order!
In news, news – Seven News hit 941,000 viewers while Nine News had 820,000 viewers.
ABC’s Gruen snagged the second entertainment spot with 573,000 viewers, – the silver fox strikes again!
For 10, The Project snagged 333,000 viewers, 10 News First claimed 283,000 viewers – petition for Tony Armstrong to be on every night for the next month to show off his haircut.
For Seven, Border Security won 424,000 viewers and The Chase earned 456,000 viewers – what’s worse losing a pub quiz or getting a random check by airport security?
On Nine, A Current Affair scored 654,000 viewers, Mega Zoo grabbed 482,000 viewers. Hot Seat got 369,000 viewers and Emergency earned 355,000 and Tipping Point grabbed 278,000 viewers – once again Grimshaw continues to deliver the goods, I hope she’s getting a gorgeous Christmas present from The Nine Network.
ABC continued its solid night with ABC News netting 574,000 viewers 7.30 grabbing 514,000 viewers. Ita well and truly deserves a glass or a bottle of wine to celebrate!
Out on top was the Nine Network with 29.0 per cent. Seven Network fell slightly behind with 24.7 per cent of the daily share. The ABC Network earned 19.6 per cent of the share, followed by The Ten Network which earned 16.3 per cent of the share. While SBS had 10.4 per cent of the share.
Looking now to OzTAM’s total tv report for Wednesday, last week, the top-performing program was Seven News with a total audience of 1,508,000 viewers (metro: 917,000 regional: 562,000, BVOD: 29,000). Next was the Nine News, with a total audience of 1,152,000 viewers (metro: 813,000 regional: 307,000, BVOD:28,000).
Nine’s Love Island Finale saw the biggest boost with 117 per cent, bringing it to a total audience of 406,000 (metro: 138,000, regional: 49,000, BVOD: 163,000)
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