Nine’s Travel Guides continued to consolidate its position as a Wednesday night leader in yesterday evening’s programming, with 719,000 viewers.
In recent weeks, it has been competing with the ABC’s Hard Quiz – sometimes besting it, sometimes being bested – but with no Hard Quiz last night, it sailed to an entertainment win.
Last night’s ep saw the travellers explore South Korea, where they visited the Demilitarised Zone between North and South Korea, and also received K-Pop makeovers.
Next in the line-up was Seven’s Big Brother, bouncing back from last night’s loss to Ninja Warrior (which doesn’t air on a Wednesday) and Monday night’s loss to MasterChef. The ep scored 652,000 viewers, according to OzTam’s metro data. In contrast, MasterChef had 582,000.
Coming out on top overall was, once again, Seven News with 1,106,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 1,044,00. A Current Affair had 768,000 viewers while ABC News had 746,000.
Seven’s Home and Away had 610,000 viewers while The Chase had 570,000 had 570,000. Also on Seven’s line-up was The Front Bar with 361,000.
For Nine, Doctor Doctor nabbed 516,000 viewers while Hot Seat had 487,000.
The ABC night saw 7.30 with 608,000 viewers while Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell had 507,000 and Win The Week had 488,000.
Finally, for 10, The Project had 474,000 viewers and 10 News First had 367,000.
Seven (all channels) won the night overall with 29.1 per cent of the daily share, followed by Nine (all channels) with 28.2 per cent. Next was Network 10 with 19.5 per cent of the share, followed by the ABC Tv Network at 15.1 per cent and the SBS Network with 8.1 per cent.
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