Struggle Street concluded last night with more bumper numbers for SBS.
It averaged 828,000 across two episodes (SBS did not split into 2 as commercials so often do). That gave it a win in its timeslot and the 3rd best performer in Sydney all night (and was the top non-News show).
The show helped SBS to a 12.2% network share for Wednesday -better than the 9.7% for its first outing and their biggest share all year.
Struggle Street was also #2 in key ratings across Wednesday and has emerged with more positive press today now it has concluded.
In the 7:30 Reality battle MasterChef remains ahead of House Rules and Reno Rumble.
With such upheaval in the audience numbers it was Seven that emerged as the winner of the night.
Seven Network won the night with 27.3%, then Nne 24.5%, TEN 21.2%, ABC 14.7% and SBS 12.2%
Seven News (1.15m / 1.05m) led for Seven then Home and Away (811,000), House Rules was second in its slot (781,000), Criminal Minds (670,000 / 481,000) and Million Dollar Minute (587,000).
Nine News (1.08m / 1.05m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (1.00m), Reno Rumble was third in its slot (741,000), Hot Seat (693,000) and The Amazing 90s (491,000). Forever was 290,000 / 227,000.
MasterChef Australia (1.04m) won its timeslot again for TEN. The Project was 605,000 / 464,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 596,000, Wonderland was 535,000 and The Good Wife was 296,000.
ABC News (843,000) topped ABC then 7:30 (698,000), The Weekly (570,000), QI (550,000), Agony (452,000) and Antiques Roadshow (338,000). 8MMM was 213,000.
Struggle Street (828,000) was easily the best performer on SBS ONE then Sacred Wonders of Britain (334,000) and SBS World News (Late: 201,000 / 145,000).
GO!’s Big Bang Theory ruled multichannels at 284,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 92,000 / 50,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 13 May 2015