Wednesday TV Wrap: Tom Gleeson Proves Star Status As Hard Quiz Draws In 563,000 Viewers

Wednesday TV Wrap: Tom Gleeson Proves Star Status As Hard Quiz Draws In 563,000 Viewers

Nine’s Travel Guides brings in 665,000 viewers and proves we all bloody need a holiday.

Seven News hit 930,000 viewers while Nine News earned 773,000 viewers.

Nine’s A Current Affair scored 578,000 viewers – Grimshaw as always is the Queen! 

As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, Seven’s The Chase grabbed 533,000. Meanwhile, Home And Away nabbed 489,000 viewers – these shows always deliver for Seven!

Meanwhile, Billy Connolly: My Absolute Pleasure pulled in 312,000 viewers.

For Nine, Hot Seat grabbed 348,000 viewers and a rerun of Crocodile Dundee managed to pull in 274,000 viewers.

For 10, The Project pulled in 304,000 viewers – Honestly, the wardrobe team needs a Logie. 10 News First grabbed 317,000 viewers. Then Ambulance Australia grabbed 278,000 viewers – this show could also work as an advertisement for why Ambos need to be paid more. 

Finally, ABC had a strong night with ABC Newsnetting 594,000 viewers and 7.30 earned 497,000 viewers.
Meanwhile, Hard Quiz grabbed 563,000 viewers and Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell earned 473,000 viewers. – can they host The Logies, please? 
Out on top was the Nine Network with 31.1 per cent. Seven Network was behind with 25.4 per cent of the daily share.  Followed by the ABC Network with 18.6 per cent that.
Followed by 10 Network with 16.5 per cent of the share, while the SBS had 8.3 per cent.



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