Drama tussle on Wednesday

Seven, Nine, TEN and ABC all had points where the were leading last night, albeit briefly for some, but in the end Nine took glory.

The Block won over The Bachelor at 926,000 and 822,000 respectively. Hard Quiz, 7:30 and Highway Patrol followed.

Aside from a brief Bachelor overrun, Mad as Hell won its slot for ABC with 609,000 but it was down on last week’s 674,000. There was a tussle between the Bite Club finale at 505,000 versus the third week of Playing for Keeps at 466,000 with 9-1-1 on 410,000. Night 2 of Go Back to Where You Came From Live slipped from 236,000 to 183,000.

Seven News, A Current Affair and The Chase won their slots again.

Nine network won Wednesday with 28.8% then Seven 26.1%, TEN 21.5%, ABC 16.7% and SBS 6.9%.

The Block was best for Nine on 926,000 then Nine News (914,000 / 901,000), A Current Affair (786,000), Bite Club (505,000), Hot Seat (483,000 / 287,000), and Inside Crime (190,000).

Seven News was #1 for Seven with (1.02m / 998,000) followed by Home and Away (609,000), The Chase (593,000 / 387,000), Highway Patrol (582,000), 9-1-1 (410,000), and Criminal Minds (259,000 / 180,000).

The Bachelor led for TEN with 822,000 then The Project (511,000 / 287,000), Playing for Keeps (466,000), TEN Eyewitness News (339,000) and Pointless (213,000). Movie: Killers was 163,000.

ABC News (737,000), Hard Quiz (646,000), 7:30 (634,000) and Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (609,000). Back in Very Small Business drew 274,000 and Black Comedy was 183,000.

Great British Railway Journeys (203,000) led for SBS followed by Go Back to Where You Came From Live (183,000), SBS World News (145,000), Food Safari Water (139,000), Deep State (68,000) and The Chef’s Line (62,000).

ABC KIDS’ Rusty Rivets topped multichannels at 177,000.

Sunrise: 264,000
Today: 219,000
News Breakfast: 99,000 / 49,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 3 October 2018

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