Another of TEN’s fast-tracked shows is in trouble: Emily Owens MD.
The medical drama starring Mamie Gummer, daughter of Meryl Streep, pulled just 186,000 viewers last night at 9:30pm, well below the 478,000 who watched The Good Wife preceding it. TEN struggled to rise above its 5pm news last night, with Seven winning the night on factuals and crime drama.
Seven Network was 32.0% then Nine 25.6%, ABC 19.3%, TEN 17.5% and SBS 5.6%.
Seven News was 1.16m for Seven then Surveillance Oz (1.09m), Highway Patrol (1.03m), Criminal Minds (970,000), Today Tonight (936,000), Home and Away (880,000), World’s Wildest Police Videos (526,000), Deal or No Deal (507,000) and Air Crash Investigations (301,000).
Nine News (1.06m) led for Nine. ACA was 979,000, Big Brother Little Sister was 688,000, Hot Seat was 551,000, Big Fat Gypsy Weddings was 530,000, Embarrassing Bodies was 485,000 and Who Do You Think You Are? was 193,000.
ABC News won its timeslot with 1.07m for ABC1 then 7:30 (834,000), Qi (772,000), A Moody Christmas (677,000), The Hamster Wheel (671,000), Randling trickled out its season on 434,000 and At the Movies was 305,000.
TEN News was 637,000 for TEN. Glee was 598,000, Modern Family was 569,000, The Good Wife was 478,000, The Project 6pm was 453,000, and Emily Owens MD was just 186,000.
Living with the Amish (265,000) was best for SBS ONE followed by World News Australia (202,000), Meet My Wild Friends (188,000) and The Choice (134,000).
7TWO’s Heartbeat was on top of multichannels with 338,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 76,000 / 37,000