As a general rule, Wednesday’s night of TV programming saw a solid (and, dare we say, predictable) night across all the networks.
Last night was the premiere of Fisk, a Kitty Flanagan-helmed legal comedy which secured 532,000 viewers for the ABC.
As rumours of secret girlfriends swirled, accusations of lying abounded, and red-faced men shouted at each other, MAFS saw 1,030,000 viewers in another infamous Dinner Party episode.
Seven News had 886,000 viewers, beating Nine News which had 879,000. A Current Affair was next at 763,000 viewers.
Taking out the middle chunk of most-watched telly was the ABC.
ABC News had 635,000 viewers, followed by Hard Quiz at 621,000, 7.30 at 600,000, The Weekly With Charlie Pickering in a strong night at 544,000.
For 10, The Project secured 423,000 viewers while 10 News First had 312,000. The Cube had 317,000 viewers last night, an 85,000 decrease from the same timeslot last week.
Over at Nine, Hot Seat had 442,000 viewers and medical drama Amazing Grace had a minor slump to 415,000.
Then at Seven, Home And Away had 511, 000 viewers, The Chase had 427,00 and footy show The Front Bar returned to screens with 281,000 viewers in preparation for the 2021 AFL season, which begins Thursday night.
Nine (all channels) had 33 per cent of the daily share, followed by Seven at 23 per cent. The ABC Network landed 18 per cent, followed by Network 10 at 16 per cent and the SBS Network at eight per cent.
Please login with linkedin to commentTV wrap
A Canadian TV reporter has delivered a withering response after being fat shamed live on air. Leslie Horton, 59, was delivering a live traffic report for news outlet Global News when a viewer’s email suggesting she was pregnant caught her eye. Horton responded: “So, thanks for that. Um, no, I’m not pregnant. I actually lost […]