Wimbledon helps Seven take Wednesday

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Wednesday was not exactly compelling when it comes to content with Seven and Nine both resorting to factuals in their early evening slots. That gave Masterchef a free run to the top of the heap at 1.17m viewers.

While Nine led in primary shares, Wimbledon helped Seven to take the night overall with 7TWO scoring a 7.2% share.

Seven network was 27.9% then Nine 26.8%, TEN 21.1%, ABC 17.3% and SBS 6.8%.

Seven News was 938,000 / 914,000 for Seven then Highway Patrol (735,000), Border Security (714,000), Home and Away (711,000), Criminal Minds (619,000 / 514,000) and Million Dollar Minute (517,000).

Nine News (1.14m / 1.11m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (1.01m), Hot Seat (646,000) and RBT (615,000). The Footy Show was 405,000 in 3 cities. Movie: Casino Royale was 195,000 in 2 cities.

MasterChef Australia (1.17m) was tops for TEN. The Project was 641,000 / 476,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 587,000, Madam Secretary was 566,000 and Elementary was 223,00 / 130,000.

ABC News (816,000) led for ABC followed by 7:30 (711,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (608,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (565,000), QI (551,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (389,000).

On SBS ONE a double episode of 24 Hours in Emergency averaged 242,000, Dan Snow: Last Heroes of D-Day (202,000) and SBS World News (188,000).

Wimbledon led multichannels at 325,000 / 266,000.

Sunrise: 277,000
Today: 254,000
ABC News Breakfast: 98,000 / 46,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 1 July 2015

6 Comments:

  1. oceanographer

    Channel 9 have got no ideas of programming outside of reality shows and sport. Their factuals like , Embarrassing Bodies, Life on the Dole, and Walking the Nile are pretty weak that fail everytime to attract any reasonable interest. RBT just seems like a cheap low budget copy of Highway Patrol that just drags on. Channel Nine reluctance to invest in any quality drama shows went out the door years ago and now viewers are left with boring and depressing factuals that barely rate anything.

  2. Secret Squïrrel

    I watched Gattaca last night as I was in the mood for something contemplative and I hadn’t seen it for ages. Glad I did. I had forgotten how many well-known actors were in it.

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