Spicks and Specks soft for ABC1
Ratings: Wednesday was a tough night for Spicks & Specks and Puberty Blues, as Seven takes the title again.
Despite some generally favourable reviews, no doubt today they will be mindful of that fact given the relaunch has its lowest figure so far, just 408,000. Wednesday was also a tough night for Puberty Blues at 477,000 and under the 500,000 mark.
Seven network share was 34.9% then Nine 30.6%, ABC 15.4%, TEN 14.7% and SBS 4.4%.
My Kitchen Rules (1.63m) topped the night for Seven then Seven News (1.1m / 1.05m), Home and Away (959,000), The Blacklist (904,000), Million Dollar Minute (439,000) and Chicago Fire (400,000 / 277,000).
Nine News (1.17m / 1.07m) was best for Nine then The Block (1.14m), ACA (959,000), Inside Story (855,000), Hot Seat (611,000), CSI (581,000). CSI: NY was 312,000.
ABC News (837,000) led ABC1 followed by 7:30 (664,000), Mad as Hell (615,000), Spicks and Specks (408,000), The Moodys (346,000), The Last Leg (321,000) and The Wrong Mans (204,000).
On TEN it was TEN Eyewitness News (624,000), The Project (525,000 / 354,000), Puberty Blues (477,000), The Bold and the Beautiful (428,000), The Biggest Loser (335,000) and The Good Wife (274,000).
Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve (226,000) was best for SBS ONE then One Born Every Minute (210,000), World News Australia (129,000). Lilyhammer was 66,000.
Neighbours led multichannels at 288,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 12 March 2014