Nine’s travel rating reality TV show premiered to 712,000 viewers according to OzTAM’s metro data.
With a mix of pre and post-COVID filmed episodes, it clearly hit the mark for Aussies desperate to cross the border again as the episode spotlighted the Mediterranean haven of Greece.
Coming out on top was Seven News with 987,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 939,000 viewers.
After Travel Guides was A Current Affair, which had 681,000, and ABC News which had 665,000.
MasterChef still couldn’t quite beat Big Brother, as the latter received 558,000 viewers in contrast to the former’s 535,000. Both shows dropped in numbers from Tuesday night’s programming.
For the ABC, Hard Quiz again performed well with 623,000 viewers, while 7.30 had 580,000 and The Weekly With Charlie Pickering had 544,000.
Series six of You Can’t Ask That, which looks at the experiences faced by minority groups in Australia by asking questions submitted by the public, premiered to 383,000 viewers. Wednesday night’s episode asked Chinese Australians about their experiences, particularly during the pandemic.
Seven had Home and Away at 620,000 viewers while The Chase had 531,000.
For Nine, Hot Seat had 466,000 while Doctor Doctor had 407,000. Finally for 10, The Project scored 415,000 viewers while 10 News First had 332,000.
It was neck and neck between Nine (all channels) and Seven (all channels) for control of the daily share with Nine just coming out on top by 0.4 per cent.
Nine scored 27.4 per cent while Seven had 27.0 per cent.
Network 10 had 19 per cent of the share, followed by the ABC TV Network with 17 per cent and the SBS Network with seven per cent.