Wednesday is proving to be a tough night for both ABC1 and TEN this year.
Without Spicks and Specks ABC is pulling lower numbers than usual, last night just 14.3% for network share.
It was a yo-yo night for ABC1. Despite winning at 7pm with ABC News (1.00m), it began to shed viewers with 7:30 (637,000) and Woodley (400,000) before lifting for Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight (508,000) and dropping away with Outland (210,000) and up for At the Movies (223,000).
Things were also tough on TEN. The Biggest Loser was best on 856,000. TEN News (773,000) had its biggest audience of the year (thanks to The Circle perhaps?), then Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation (633,000), The Project (526,000) and The Good Wife (525,000).
The night belonged to Seven once more with My Kitchen Rules (1.8m), Seven News (1.21m), Please Marry My Boy (1.08m), Today Tonight (1.03m), Home and Away (937,000) and The Amazing Race (534,000).
Nine News led for Nine on 1.05m, ACA (886,000), The Big Bang Theory (767,000 / 724,000 / 692,000) and Sherlock (738,000).
American Pickers topped multichannels on 333,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 35,000 / 24,000