MKR semi final tops Wednesday
Ratings: It was a low turn out for Gold Logie nominee on TEN. Nine wins the night
Wednesday was almost a case of rinse and repeat. MKR again topped the night but Nine again claimed the highest share, just as both did on Tuesday.
My Kitchen Rules pulled 1.24m viewers as Valerie & Courtney locked into Sunday’s grand final, ahead of The Voice blind audition on 1.08m viewers. At 370,000 The Graham Norton Show trailed 7:30‘s 514,000.
At 9pm fortunes flipped. The season premiere of Britain’s Got Talent trumped Seven’s newcomer Aussie Property Flippers.
Elsewhere Charlie Pickering was nearly double former colleague Peter Helliar -just 261,000 tuned into TEN’s special despite his Gold Logie nomination.
Nine network won Wednesday with 32.9% then Seven 30.0%, ABC 15.2%, TEN 14.6% and SBS 7.3%.
The Voice led for Nine with 1.08m viewers then Nine News (1.04m / 993,000), A Current Affair (872,000), Britain’s Got Talent (671,000) and Hot Seat (538,000 / 291,000).
My Kitchen Rules was #1 with 1.24m then Seven News (1.05m / 1.03m), Home and Away (743,000), The Chase (612,000 / 389,000), and Aussie Property Flippers (548,000).
ABC saw ABC News (792,000), Anh’s Brush with Fame (565,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (525,000), 7:30 (514,000), and You Can’t Ask That (442,000). The Warriors drew 250,000. Adam Hills: The Last Leg was just 164,000.
The Project (579,000 / 390,000) was best for TEN then TEN Eyewitness News (509,000), The Graham Norton Show (370,000), Family Feud (346,000). Peter Helliar: One Hot Mess drew just 261,000 well down on This is Us numbers.
On SBS it was The Night Manager (219,000), Digging for Britain’s Secrets (200,000), Testing Teachers (187,000) and SBS World News (144,000).
Peter Rabbit again topped multichannels with 249,000.
News Breakfast: 121,000 /
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 26 April 2017