Gruen tops entertainment shows on Wednesday
Ratings: Nine leads in primary channel, TEN tops demos, but Seven's multichannels help it clinch the night.
Gruen was the top ranking entertainment show last night, pulling 798,000 viewers for ABC, ahead of Britain’s Got Talent, Instinct & Modern Family (both from 8:45pm) and Lebanese Beauty Queens.
That helped boost The Weekly with Charlie Pickering from 550,000 last week to 673,000 last night too, also leading the pack.
MasterChef Australia won again at 7:30pm with 762,000 and topping the demos defeating Young Sheldon, House Rules, Home Delivery, 7:30, Big Bang and Secrets of Your Food.
Instinct debuted to a modest 428,000 for TEN whilst SBS won’t be happy with 152,000 for its Untold Australia doco.
Seven News, ACA and The Chase were again timeslot winners.
Nine topped primary channels but Seven network won Wednesday with 27.0% then Nine 26.2%, ABC 20.9%, TEN 19.6% and SBS 6.3%.
Seven News (998,000 / 971,000) was #1 for Seven then Home and Away (659,000), House Rules (651,000), The Chase (609,000 / 370,000) and Modern Family (414,000 / 315,000). Back with the Ex failed at just 152,000.
Nine News (978,000 / 965,000) led for Nine followed by A Current Affair (825,000), Young Sheldon (703,000 / 312,000), The Big Bang Theory (590,000 / 216,000), Hot Seat (587,000 / 347,000) and Britain’s Got Talent (516,000).
MasterChef Australia (762,000), The Project (550,000 / 328,000), Instinct (428,000) and Family Feud drew 309,000 for TEN. This Is Us was just 166,000.
Gruen topped ABC with 798,000 then ABC News (713,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (673,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (638,000), 7:30 (591,000), Corey White’s Roadmap to Paradise (308,000) and Think Tank (276,000).
On SBS it was Michel Mosley: Secrets of Your Food (213,000), Untold Australia (152,000), SBS World News (135,000), and The Good Fight (120,000).
ABC KIDS’ Peppa Pig topped multichannels with 223,000.
News Breakfast: 104,000 / 41,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 16 May 2018