Doctor Doctor almost double The Wrong Girl
Ratings: Without a strong lead-in The Wrong Girl is struggling against Nine's new drama hit.
With an impressive 819,000 viewers last night Doctor Doctor was almost twice the audience of TEN’s The Wrong Girl, which struggled on 415,000.
While’s Nine’s drama rose on its 777,000 audience of last week, TEN’s went backwards, down from 501,000, landing fourth in its slot. But it had a flat lead-in from Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics with just 400,000.
Nine had a strong night with The Block topping the night at 1.03m viewers, well ahead of Highway Patrol, Beach Cops, 7:30, Hard Quiz and Jamie Oliver.
Both Hard Quiz and Upper Middle Bogan lifted for ABC but Rosehaven slipped backwards. Elsewhere, Seven News and A Current Affair were timeslot winners.
Nine network won with 29.9% then Seven 27.9%, TEN 17.4%, ABC 17.3% and SBS 7.6%.
The Block was #1 with 1.03m viewers for Nine then Nine News (927,000 / 909,000), Doctor Doctor (819,000), A Current Affair (818,000) and Hot Seat (517,000). Brett: A Life with No Arms was 253,000.
Seven News (971,000 / 942,000) led for Seven followed by Highway Patrol (742,000), Beach Cops (731,000 / 700,000), Home and Away (694,000), The Chase (605,000 / 400,000), Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (432,000). The Big Bang Theory was 270,000 / 225,000.
The Project (586,000 / 376,000) was best for TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 426,000, The Wrong Girl was 415,000, Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics was 400,000 and Madam Secretary was 223,000.
ABC News (763,000), 7:30 (626,000), Hard Quiz (556,000), Upper Middle Bogan (482,000), Rosehaven (456,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (302,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Tutankhamun (312,000), India: Nature’s Wonderland (228,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (219,000) and SBS World News (135,000).
ABC2’s Octonauts was brightest on multichannels with 271,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 115,000 / 55,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 2 November 2016