MasterChef, Five Bedrooms lifts 10, Seven wins Wednesday.

Ratings: There were some close tussles last night. Seven News topped the night.

It was neck and neck between The Weekly with Charlie Pickering and 10’s new drama series Five Bedrooms last night.

In the end ABC won the battle at 510,000 to 10’s 507,000 although the latter was in front in the demos.

Only 100,000 divided key 7:30 shows. MasterChef Australia won the slot at 642,000 ahead of 7:30 (610,000), House Rules (597,000), Anh’s Brush with Fame (555,000) and Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation (540,000).

An early morning Eurovision Song Contest drew 48,000 for SBS.

Seven network won Wednesday with 28.3% then Nine 25.7%, 10 21.3%, ABC 17.3% and SBS 7.4%.

Seven News was #1 at 1.07m / 1.04m for Seven then Home & Away on 669,000. The Chase was 663,000 / 401,000 then The Bay (341,000) and Criminal Minds (168,000).

Nine News was best for Nine on 977,000 / 933,000 then A Current Affair (768,000). Hot Seat drew 567,000 / 328,000 then Decades (303,00) and New Amsterdam (211,000).

The Project was 485,000 / 292,000 for 10 then 10 News First (424,000), Celebrity Name Game (248,000) and Bull (211,000). Later, Sports Tonight drew 74,000.

ABC News (710,000) led for ABC. Remaining shows were You Can’t Ask That on 359,000, QI (237,000), The Drum (215,000) and Mum (121,000).

On SBS it was 24 Hours in Emergency (204,000), Great British Railway Journeys (176,000), Going Places with Ernie Dingo (159,000), SBS World News (142,000), The Good Fight (100,000) and Mastermind (98,000).

NCIS: LA on 10 Bold topped multichannels at 203,000.

Sunrise: 286,000
Today: 185,000
News Breakfast: 107,000 / 49,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 15 May 2019.

14 Responses

  1. I am happy to just see some more evened out rating percentages….
    I never watch The Drum on ABC….I mostly listen to one of the many repeats on ABC News…I frequently have that on 2nd screen….
    24 Hours in A & E/Emergency….I think was new…sadly I dozed through most of it…

  2. ‘The Good Fight’ is just bloody brilliant this season… what incredibly well-made television… Michael Sheen is superb.

    As fans of ‘Pointless’ we are continuing our protest lol Will not be tuning into ‘Celebrity Name Game’… we went away a few weeks ago so we have some un-watched episodes of ‘Pointless’ to enjoy… hope they find the space to bring it back somewhere.

    Will probably catch one of the 37 repeats (sorry ‘encores’) of ‘5 Bedrooms’ over the weekend.

  3. Because of the amount of ads House Rules ran Tues Night, decided to time them last night. HR total was 1hr 34 mins, made up of 63 mins viewing time, and 31 mins ads. Is it any wonder why people are not watching shows live anymore?

  4. re 5 bedrooms; I found the first 25 minutes rather boring, and was rather annoyed that when the show started to get interesting they jammed it full of ads. Won’t watch it live again, I’ll probably binge it ad free once the season concludes.

  5. Surprised at how much i liked 5 bedrooms. Quite a few genuine laugh out loud moments especially with the Doris Younane character and her husband. Doesn’t come across as corny or as unrealistic as i thought ot could.

      1. I agree….I really enjoy watching her work….only on screen….I have not seen stage shows for many years….Like many actors…she has interesting back stories also…

    1. The wife had it on so caught the first half before we I went and found something better to do (which wasn’t hard). Thought it was terrible. Ludicrously absurd premise, poorly executed. Not sure which was worse, the writing or the acting. Yet another example of how bad we are at commercial tv drama.

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