The final episode of Outland limped out at 164,000 last night, after failing to connect with ABC’s Wednesday comedy audiences. But it’s worth pointing out that ABC stuck with the show when a commercial network would have moved on its numbers long ago.
Next week Agony Uncles takes its place.
The night was once again a win for Seven.
My Kitchen Rules pulled just under 1.7m viewers, followed by Seven News (1.23m), Today Tonight (1.05m), Please Marry My Boy (1.02m) and Home and Away (914,000).
Nine News (1.06m) led Nine’s evening then A Current Affair (1.00m), The Big Bang Theory (826,000 / 780,000 / 722,000), and Unforgettable (609,000).
The Biggest Loser (853,000) is regularly the strongest show for TEN. It was followed by TEN News (707,000), Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation (609,000), The Good Wife (462,000), and The Project (460,000).
ABC News again won its slot with 995,000 followed by 7:30 (612,000), Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight (531,000) and Woodley (346,000). At the Movies was 192,000.
Arctic with Bruce Parry (306,000) and Empire (265,000) gave SBS ONE a relatively good Wednesday.
Heartbeat topped multichannels with 302,000. Kitchen Cabinet was 186,000 for ABC2.
ABC News Breakfast: 45,000 / 11,000