ABC comedy lifts, Nine wins Wednesday.

Nine had another winning Wednesday, but once again ABC’s early evening line-up proved formidable, each of them up on last week.

Married at First Sight topped the night and demos at 1.13m.

Next in the slot were 7:30 (612,000), Hard Quiz (610,000 from 8pm), Australian Survivor (563,000) and My Kitchen Rules (453,000).

Mad as Hell drew 614,000 from 8:30pm, then from 9pm Doctor Doctor (525,000), First Dates (317,000), Black Comedy (268,000), Bull (216,000) and Dublin Murders (192,000 from 8:30pm).

Nine network won Wednesday with 32.9% then Seven 24.2%, 10 17.7%, ABC 17.2% and SBS 7.7%.

Nine News drew 826,000 / 808,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (718,000) and Hot Seat (455,000 / 289,000)

Seven News won its slot at 902,000 / 901,000 for Seven. Home and Away drew 575,000 then The Chase 520,000 / 325,000.

The Project was 411,000 /256,000 for 10. 10 News First was 338,000 / 241,000.

ABC News (692,000), The Drum (197,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (182,000) also comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Tony Robinson’s Hidden Britain By Drone (210,000), SBS World News (135,000) and Project Blue Book (67,000).

NCIS again topped multichannels at 181,000.

Sunrise: 277,000
Today: 191,000
News Breakfast: 131,000 / 47,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 26 February 2020

3 Comments:

  1. Just wanted to log my discontent at Survivor (whose numbers seem to be sliding again) for advertising which tribe lost the immunity challenge and had to go to a tribal vote the night before the show aired. Talk about undercutting your own ‘build the suspense’ angle. And I still say they are manipulating outcomes with idols etc. Cameraman pans down to where idol is next to log; Harry passes by, walks back and ‘finds’ it. Suspicious.

    • Haha yes I was wondering the same thing that it’s always where the camera man is panning to, and always at the camp of the tribe that needs it, was there the same hidden advantage at the other camp as well? I’d imagine not.

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