My Kitchen Rules tops Wednesday

Ratings: Seven's cook-off tops the night again, as it chooses two teams for its Top 5.

2014-04-03_1001My Kitchen Rules last night allotted the first two of its top 5 places to Chloe & Kelly and Helena & Vikki while Victoria’s Josh and Danielle were sent out of the kitchen.

The show was again #1 for the night, something it has remarkably achieved across most of its season, at 1.64m viewers.

Seven network won the night with a share of 34.5% then Nine 30.7%, ABC 15.8%, TEN 14.2% and SBS 4.7%.

Also ranking for Seven were Seven News (1.01m / 994,000), The Blacklist (935,000), Home and Away (921,000), Million Dollar Minute (448,000). Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was 344,000.

The Block (1.35m) led Nine followed by Nine News (1.16m / 1.1m), A Current Affair (973,000), Inside Story (760,000), Hot Seat (654,000) and CSI (399,000).

ABC News (848,000) was best on ABC1 then 7:30 (668,000), Mad as Hell (619,000), The Agony of Modern Manners was above its lead in (462,000), Spicks and Specks (437,000) and The Kumars (309,000).

TEN Eyewitness News (610,000) was TEN’s best performer once again. The Project was 538.000 / 415,000, Puberty Blues slipped back to 464,000, The Bold and the Beautiful was 424,000, a Modern Family repeat was 294,000, The Good Wife was just 290,000 and The Biggest Loser hit the scales at just 272,000.

On SBS ONE it was Tea and Coffee Trails with Simon Reeve at 252,000, One Born Every Minute (168,000), SBS World News (120,000) and The Bridge (110,000).

Ben and Holly’s Litle Kingdom returned to top spot on multichannels at 298,000.

Sunrise: 364,000
Today: 327,000
ABC News Breakfast: 63,000 / 48,000
Wake Up: 34,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 2 April 2014

3 Responses

  1. Considering the amount of cross promotion MKR Resurrection Downton & the like get on Sunrise their shows should be at the top of the ratings.
    Every time I flip on to Sunrise lately that is all I seem to see.

  2. It looks like Spicks and Specks has settled in at the 440 mark. If people are switching off and then switching back on that’s a pretty bad sign. I seem to remember Angry Boys flopping so badly that the show that followed it outraged it but not sure how often it has happened usually it’s a steady decline as the night goes on and people go to sleep.
    It should be pushed back in the night or go to ABC2. If it’s not providing a lead in then why have it on almost all year? I don’t think it should be axed but perhaps two 10 week series a year?

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