New low for MKR ….but Seven easily wins Wednesday
Ratings: How to hit a new low and still be the #1 show of the night.
What a strange dichotomy was last night’s ratings…..
My Kitchen Rules fell to a new all-time low at 1.02m viewers -yet it was still enough to top the night, which underlines just how high it has indeed ruled over the years. It was also the only show over the magic million.
Despite that sting in its tail, Seven had nearly a dream run in primetime timeslots last night, starting from The Chase right through to late night …
Only one show hindered a clean sweep: A Current Affair winning with 794,000 viewers.
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here had its best night of the week at 787,000 and rising to 850,000 for the elimination of Lisa Curry, beating Planet Earth II.
Seven’s Murder Uncovered held strong with an extended outing, well ahead of Murder Calls.
Over on ABC it was a soft night, with The Weekly their best in entertainment, down slightly on 480,000 viewers, while SBS matched its Tuesday share.
Seven network easily won Wednesday with 32.5% then Nine 26.8%, TEN 19.3%, ABC 14.3% and SBS 7.1%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 for Seven with 1.02m then Seven News (941,000 / 924,000), Home and Away (724,000), Murder Uncovered (656,000 / 652,000) and The Chase (517,000 / 338,000). Surveillance Oz was 329,000.
Nine News (923,000 / 911,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (794,000), Planet Earth II (678,000), Murder Calls Australia (501,000) and Hot Seat (435,000 / 280,000). Mafia Women was 223,000.
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here drew 787,000 and rose to 850,000 for the elimination. The Project was 537,000 / 304,000, This is Us was 501,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 455,000 and Madam Secretary was 210,000.
ABC News (656,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (480,000), 7:30 (470,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (448,000), Walliams and Friend (272,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (248,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Tony Robinson Down Under (281,000), The Eighties (279,000), Vikings (225,000) and SBS World News (144,000).
Shaun the Sheep still rules multichannels with 212,000 viewers.
ABC News Breakfast: 78,000 /
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 8 March 2017