Gruen scores; Home & Away finale beats low ARIAs.

Home and Away‘s extended season finale at 593,000 viewers defeated Nine’s ARIA Awards broadcast which at 417,000 was down on 2018’s 500,000 -however it still topped the younger demos.

Also ahead of the music special were 7:30 (535,000) and Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (492,000).  Tony Robinson’s World By Rail was 236,000 while 10’s The Unicorn was last at just 209,000 / 170,000 on what became a dismal night.

Gruen‘s season finale was the top entertainment drawcard at 666,000 ahead of The Good Doctor (517,000).

Seven network won Wednesday with 30.7% then Nine 28.3%, ABC 18.7%, 10 13.7% and SBS 8.6%.

Seven News was #1 for Seven at 881,000 / 841,000. The Chase was 499,000 / 345,000. God Friended Me was 248,000.

Nine News was 811,000 / 788,000 then A Current Affair (666,000) and Hot Seat (431,000 / 283,000).

ABC News (591,000), Recovery: The Music & the Mayhem (252,000), The Drum (151,000) and The Last Leg (137,000) also comprised ABC’s night.

The Project drew  361,000 / 216,000 for 10. 10 News First was 334,000 then Celebrity Name Game (177,000) and Playing for Keeps (141,000 also last in its slot). Law & Order: SVU was 111,000.

On SBS it was Child Genius (143,000), SBS World News (112,000) and Years & Years (84,000).

7TWO’s Border Security led multichannels at 162,000.

Sunrise: 256,000
Today: 187,000
News Breakfast: 118,000 / 48,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 27 November 2019

15 Comments:

  1. Arias and most award shows just needs to be streamed live on youtube or Facebook. That has to be the next step for award shows cause people just end up watching the clips of acceptance speeches and or performances after the show anyway

  2. Poor Ten . I’m really enjoying The Unicorn although admittedly watched last nights in ten play . But not like I have a ratings box. I think the Melbourne Cup lower figures prove that people just don’t know how to turn the tv up . to ten . It really needs a flagship sport and fix the early evening

  3. Recovery: The Music and The Mayhem, what an amazing special. This show sparked my passion for music but also my career into live television in the years to come.
    I was able to tell Dylan this further in my career when I finally got to work with him.
    The show meant a lot to myself but also to a lot 90’s kids to express themselves artiscally.
    Really miss live television with no autocues!!
    Its great to The Set showcasing local music again.
    If you missed the show last night, get on to ABC iView..

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