Gruen wraps strong season, Nine wins Wednesday
Ratings: Gruen was never under 900,000 all season -but what's going on with SBS World News?
Gruen has ended a stellar run on ABC winning its timeslot again with 948,000 viewers. The show has never dipped below 900,000 all season (last week’s 897,000 was eventually adjusted to 900,000). Host Wil Anderson gave no indication if the show would return in 2016 -fingers xd.
Nine had a good night with The Block at #1 on its best Wednesday this season, and Celebrity Apprentice also had its best outing this year.
Seven News pipped Nine’s and The Chase remains ahead of Hot Seat.
Meanwhile TEN underperformed from 7:30 but what’s going on with SBS World News? Just 98,000 needs some addressing within.
Nine network won wth 19.1% then Seven 27.9%, ABC 18.9%, TEN 18.3% and SBS 5.8%.
The Block topped the night for Nine on 1.04m viewers then Nine News (985,000 / 961,000), A Current Affair (926,000), Celebrity Apprentice (625,000) and Hot Seat (507,000). Flash Families was just 291,000.
Seven News (1.000m / 927,000) was best for Seven then Highway Patrol (754,000 / 680,000), Home and Away (739,000), Blindspot (659,000), The Chase (579,000 / 377,000) and The Blacklist (417,000). The Player was 184,000 and Heroes Reborn was 97,000.
Gruen led ABC with 948,000 then ABC News (811,000), 7:30 (722,000), Kitchen Cabinet (662,000), The Ex-PM (594,000) and Antiques Roadshow (258,000). Sammy J and Randy in Ricketts Lane was 184,000.
The Project (556,000 / 430,000) was best for TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 480,000, Modern Family was 391,000 / 382,000, Madam Secretary was 350,000 and The Good Wife was just 292,000.
On SBS it was 24 Hours in Emergency (222,000), Underground Britain (203,000), Fargo (148,000) and SBS World News (98,000).
ABC2’s Peter Rabbit was best on multichannels at 239,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 100,000 / 53,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 11 November 2015