7:30 Coronavirus special tops ABC

Current affairs was a drawcard last night. 7:30‘s Coronavirus special led the public broadcaster last night, while ACA had its best audience of the year.

Nine won the night with Married at First Sight again #1 and topping the demos at 1.1m viewers.

7:30 followed in the slot at 695,000 then Hard Quiz (598,000), Australian Survivor (548,000) and My Kitchen Rules (501,000).

From 8:30 Mad as Hell drew 581,000 and from 9pm Doctor Doctor (474,000), First Dates (372,000) Bull (252,000) and Black Comedy (237,000).

Nine network won Wednesday with 32.0% then Seven 25.3%, 10 and ABC tied on 17.5% and SBS was 7.8%.

Nine News drew 840,000 / 839,000, A Current Affair drew its best audience of the year at 787,000 then Hot Seat (474,000 / 282,000).

Seven News won its slot at 951,000 / 923,000 for Seven. Home and Away (578,000) and The Chase (520,000 / 321,000) followed.

ABC News (671,000),  Adam Hills: The Last Leg (192,000) and The Drum (184,000) also comprised ABC’s night.

The Project drew 430,000 / 257,000 for 10. 10 News First was 381,000 / 223,000.

On SBS it was Tony Robinson’s Hidden Britain By Drone (157,000), Dublin Murders (150,000), SBS World News (146,000) and Project Blue Book (67,000).

Bluey topped multichannels at a cool 200,000.

Sunrise: 264,000
Today: 209,000
News Breakfast: 141,000 / 54,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 4 March 2020

6 Comments:

  1. David,

    Any sense of how Planet America is going – compared to last year – given the change of broadcast night and switch to the primary channel?

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