Long Lost Family soft on Wednesday
Ratings: TEN's reunion series will need better numbers if it wants longevity. Seven wins Wednesday.
While all the attention has been on Nine’s faltering titles of late, TEN’s new reunion series Long Lost Family is yet to build a sustained audience.
It began with 564,000 viewers last month and last night averaged 453,000. While the show is arguably a placeholder before the might of MasterChef begins, it’s going to need better numbers if it wants longevity.
Last night MKR again dominated, up from last Wednesday’s 1.25m. ABC’s Home Delivery The Weekly hand Luke Warm Sex all enjoyed modest lifts while Nine’s ACA was well ahead of its post-Easter outing a week ago.
Seven Network won with 33.2% then Nine 25.1%, ABC 17.7%, TEN 15.8% and SBS 8.1%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 with 1.3m viewers then Seven News (1.03m / 967,000), Home and Away (787,000), Criminal Minds (747,000) and The Chase (602,000 / 413,000). Blindspot was 251,000.
Nine News (1.01m / 976,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (936,000), The Big Bang Theory (833,000 / 711,000) and Hot Seat (569,000). The Secret Life of the Zoo was 238,000 in 3 cities and NRL Footy Show was 194,000 in 2 cities. Animal Rescue Thailand was 153,000 in 3 cities.
ABC News (790,000) topped the night for ABC followed by 7:30 (664,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (595,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (590,000), Luke Warm Sex (448,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (325,000).
The Project (535,000 / 396,000) was best for TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 534,000, Long Lost Family was 453,000, Madam Secretary was 358,000 and The Good Wife was 252,000.
On SBS it was 24 Hours in Emergency (301,000), Walking Through History (236,000), Vikings (216,000), and SBS World News (144,000).
Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom (246,000) ruled multichannels.
ABC News Breakfast: 107,000 / 57,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 6 April 2016