Seven’s renovation series House Rules is the loser in the three way Reality contest at 7:30pm, while controversial series Struggle Street won its timeslot last night.
Without any Reality simulcasting on Wednesday the numbers are much clearer, with MasterChef still in front at 1.03m, ahead of Reno Rumble‘s 791,000 and House Rules‘ 631,000.
But the big winner was SBS doco Struggle Street, winning its timeslot with an excellent 935,000 viewers, the #1 show in Sydney last night. That upset the overall shares, although Seven managed a network win thanks to its audience returning to multichannels.
Seven won with 27.1% then Nine 26.5%, TEN 23.2%, ABC 15.3% and SBS 9.7%.
Seven News (1.05m / 983,000) was best for Seven then Home and Away (765,000), House Rules (631,000), Criminal Minds (588,000 / 460,000) and Million Dollar Minute (540,000).
Nine News (1.1m / 1.06m) topped the night for Nine then A Current Affair (975,000), Reno Rumble (791,000), Hot Seat (604,000), The Amazing 90s (530,000) and Forever (318,000 / 222,000).
MasterChef (1.03m) was down by 200,000 but remains strong for TEN. The Project was 646,000 / 502,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 573,000, later editions of Wonderland (489,000) and The Good Wife (214,000) played out around 9:15 and 10:15 respectively.
ABC News (846,000) topped ABC then 7:30 (770,000), QI (559,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (443,000), Agony (368,000), Antiques Roadshow (306,000) and 8MMM (299,000).
Following Struggle Street‘s (935,000) knockout numbers on SBS ONE were Sacred Wonders of Britain (278,000), SBS World News (194,000) and The Legacy (170,000) -up by 60,000.
GO!’s Big Bang Theory topped multichannels at 281,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 110,000 / 49,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 6 May 2015