Winning streak for Seven on Wednesday

Ratings: Seven wins right across primetime, with other networks unable to rise above the magic million.


A new group of foodies -and a new villain- on My Kitchen Rules was the only show to crack the magic million last night (we’re starting early this year).

It drew 1.54m viewers -at least half a million ahead of any other show on air last night and once again streets ahead of the competition.

Seven had a winning streak right across primetime last night, securing its fourth night of the ratings week.

Seven network share was 34.0% then Nine 26.3%, TEN 16.7%, ABC 16.4% and SBS 6.6%.

Following MKR for Seven were Seven News (992,000 / 953,000), First Dates (877,000), Home and Away (850,000), The Chase (562,000 / 378,000) and Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (403,000).

Nine News (904,000 / 892,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (826,000), Big Bang (813,000 / 711,000), The Embassy (489,000) and Hot Seat (421,000). Movie: Olympus Has Fallen was 326,000.

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here led for TEN with 691,000. The Project was 547,000 / 450,000 then TEN Eyewitness News (492,000) and Madam Secretary (383,000). The Good Wife was 246,000 and Hawaii Five-0 was 91,000.

ABC News (788,000) topped ABC’s night followed by 7:30 (607,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (517,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (512,000), Adam Hills: The Last Leg Down Under (384,000) and Black Comedy (356,000).

On SBS it was Tony Robinson’s Wild West (304,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (253,000), The Missing (138,000) and SBS World News (137,000).

Shaun the Sheep was again tops on multichannels at 257,000.

Today: 363,000
Sunrise: 332,000
ABC News Breakfast: 91,000 / 50,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 10 February 2016

9 Responses

  1. Ten continue to persevere with Madam Secretary and Good Wife despite continued woeful ratings year in, year out. Also, Black Comedy did not resonate with audiences last year and has flopped again this year on ABC with the show before it and the show after both scoring higher ratings.

  2. I have said it many times but Ten need to address their 6-7.30pm offering if they want their prime time programs to work. I still say they had the right idea launching these at 7pm. The likes of TBL, Big Brother and Masterchef were more successful at a 7pm start. News from 7 & 9 deliver 1mil plus whilst the project has less than 500k.

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