It appears Australians weren’t all that interested in the 2020 ARIA Awards, with just 287,000 metro viewers tuning in to watch the Awards on Channel Nine, according to OzTAM data.
Tame Impala took out Album Of The Year with The Slow Rush, while Song of the Year went to 5 Seconds Of Summer’s ‘Teeth’.
ABC’s Gruen was the entertainment of choice Wednesday night, with 678,000 eyeballs. Meanwhile on Seven, The Chase Australia did 474,000. 10’s best entertainment was Jamie’s Easy Meals For Every Day with 311,000 views.
Seven won the night in primary channel share with with 18.3 per cent primary channel share. Meanwhile, Nine did 16.1 per cent, and ABC was hot on its heels with 15.5 per cent. 10 did 9.0 per cent and SBS finished on 4.9 per cent.
Here’s how the rest of the night ran:
News did 793,000, A Current Affair did 629,000 and Hot Seat did 422,000.
News did 904,000, Home and Away did 550,000 and Highway Patrol did 461,000 and Sunrise did 288,000.
News did 603,000, Hard Quiz did 670,000, 7.30 did 631,000, and Reputation Rehab did 381,000.
The Project did 415,000 while 10 News First did 292,000.
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