Her Majesty helps Nine win Wednesday
Ratings: If one is on the telly, one must do one's best to win the ratings.
Nine had a weeknight win on Wednesday thanks to The Queen’s Birthday Party.
From 9pm it averaged 524,000, well in front of Back with the Ex, The Graham Norton Show / This is Us and Sando.
Earlier My Kitchen Rules won its slot, but the gap narrowed with The Voice. While OzTAM reports Nine’s show had 855,000 a coding error will see it adjusted to 955,000. MKR won at 1.15m, including all 3 demos.
Seven News topped the night boosted by a big AFL lead-in.
The season finals of Hard Quiz and Mad as Hell were both on par with last week.
ABC’s ANZAC Day March drew a strong 491,000 in the morning.
Nine network won Wednesday with 33.1% then Seven 32.2%, ABC 14.6%, TEN 12.7% and SBS 7.3%.
Nine News (979,000 / 948,000) led for Nine followed by The Voice (885,000), A Current Affair (824,000) and The Queen’s Birthday Party (524,000). Hot Seat was 179,000 / 99,000 in select cities. Arvo NRL was 360,000.
Seven News was #1 with 1.32m / 1.16m for Seven then primetime shows My Kitchen Rules (1.15m), Home and Away (714,000), The Chase (451,000 / 227,000 in select cities) and Back with the Ex (332,000). Afternoon AFL pulled 686,000 across Seven / 7mate.
ABC News (727,000), 7:30 (498,000), Hard Quiz (567,000), Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (543,000), Sando (231,000), You Can’t Ask That (155,000) and Think Tank (225,000) comprised ABC’s night.
The Project (469,000 / 329,000) was best for TEN then TEN Eyewitness News (426,000), Family Feud (329,000), Bondi Rescue (268,000 / 261,000) and The Graham Norton Show (232,000). This is Us was just 122,000.
On SBS it was Great Continental Railway Journeys (269,000), Why Are We Getting So Fat? (214,000), SBS World News (156,000) and The Good Fight (110,000).
9GO!’s Young Sheldon led multichannels with 221,000.
News Breakfast: 120,000 / 48,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 25 April 2018