MKR heats up Seven’s Wednesday, Long Lost Family down.
Ratings: Seven wins all primetime slots except for one, while TEN's reunion hits a new low.
Now that the end is in sight, numbers are heating up for My Kitchen Rules, last night drawing 1.57m viewers, up on last Wednesday’s 1.35m viewers.
Seven managed to win all primetime slots last night except where A Current Affair topped Home and Away. The former included Live crosses to Beirut.
That was bad news for TEN’s Long Lost Family -again losing traction dropping from 401,000 to 339,000, its lowest figure so far.
The Weekly held for ABC while the final Luke Warm Sex lifted from 303,000 to 404,000.
Seven network won with 35.1% then Nine 23.6%, ABC 17.4%, TEN 15.8% and SBS 8.1%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 with 1.57m for Seven then Seven News (1.14m / 1.05m), Criminal Minds (778,000), Home and Away (752,000) and The Chase (681,000 / 426,000). Blindspot drew 239,000.
Nine News (1.07m / 955,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (882,000), The Big Bang Theory (680,000 / 578,000) and Hot Seat (641,000). The Secret Life of the Zoo was 217,000 in 3 cities, The Footy Show was 207,000 in 2 cities and Animal Rescue Thailand was just 117,000 in 3 cities.
ABC News (790,000) was best for ABC followed by 7:30 (635,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (558,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (530,000), Luke Warm Sex (404,000), Antiques Roadshow (301,000) and Would I Lie to You? (270,000).
The Project (591,000 / 431,000) led TEN’s night. TEN Eyewitness News was 492,000, Long Lost Family was 339,000, Madam Secretary was 320,000 and The Good Wife was 239,000.
On SBS it was Untold Australia (274,000), The Story of China (250,000), Vikings 241,000 and SBS World News (138,000).
Shaun the Sheep showed up multichannel rivals with 254,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 103,000 / 45,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 20 April 2016