Nine’s debut of The Amazing 90s was third in its slot last night. At 547,000 viewers it was beaten by Criminal Minds and ABC’s Mad as Hell / Agony double.
That allowed Seven to finish the night around 10 points share ahead of Nine. It did fare a little better in the demos than in Total People.
Elsewhere yesterday there was a noticeable lift in ABC News Breakfast. Brekkie TV numbers are still being impacted by school holidays in some states, but it was kind to ABC.
Seven network won Wednesday with 35.2% then Nine 25.7%, ABC 16.6%, TEN 16.0% and SBS 6.5%.
My Kitchen Rules (1.38m) again topped the night for Seven then Seven News (910,000 / 910,000), Criminal Minds (854,000 / 596,000), Home and Away (775,000) and Million Dollar Minute (446,000). Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD was 188,000.
Nine News (1.07m / 989,000) was best for Nine then ACA (867,000), The Block (801,000), Hot Seat (619,000), The Amazing 90s (547,000) and Forever (303,000).
ABC News (802,000) led ABC then Mad as Hell (678,000), 7:30 (608,000), Agony (582,000), QI (495,000) and Would I Lie to You? (414,000).
The Project was 581,000 / 467,000 for TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 540,000, David Attenborough’s The Tree of Life was 358,000, Wonderland was 351,000 and The Good Wife was 246,000.
On SBS ONE Tony Robinson’s WW1 led with 301,000 then London’s Super Tunnel (297,000), SBS World News (147,000) and The Legacy (143,000).
Neighbours again topped multichannels at 300,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 114,000 / 63,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 15 April 2015