10, ABC lead entertainment shows on Wednesday.

Wednesday was a close battle between Seven and Nine, but neither led the entertainment stakes… that was fought out between 10 and ABC…. although there was a mixed response to ABC’s new lockdown comedy.

MasterChef Australia drew 946,000 and topped the demos.

It led over Hard Quiz (760,000), 7:30 (650,000), Britain’s Got Talent (599,000) and Doctor Doctor (482,000).

Later The Weekly drew 638,000 then Paramedics (474,000), At Home Alone Together (466,000) and The Secrets She Keeps (419,000).

Seven Network won Wednesday with 25.3% then Nine 25.0%, 10 23.0%, ABC 18.4% and SBS 8.2%.

Seven News was #1 at 1.23m / 1.12m for Seven. The Chase was high at 705,000 / 440,000 then Home and Away (649,000).  Movie: Shooter drew 262,000.

Nine News was best for Nine at 1.1m / 1.06m then A Current Affair at 753,000 and Hot Seat (595,000 / 359,000).  New Amsterdam pulled 228,000.

The Project drew 599,000 / 380,000 for 10 then 10 News First (434,000 / 292,000). Bull was 193,000.

ABC News won its slot at 830,000. Planet America (356,000), The Drum (242,000) Adam Hills: The Last Leg (215,000) followed.

On SBS it was Britain’s Cathedrals with Tony Robinson (286,000), SBS World News (193,000), My Grandparent’s War (189,000), Mastermind (110,000). Reprisal drew 68,000.

NCIS led multichannels at 205,000.

Sunrise: 325,000
News Breakfast: 162,000 / 62,000
Today: 211,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 13 May 2020

5 Comments:

  1. Obviously comedy is very subjective, but I thought At home alone together had a number of funny bits. Particularly well done to pull it together so fast under the circumstances.

    • daveinprogress

      I could only last a few minutes of the At Home show. The role play sequence I thought was unfunny I figured it wouldn’t get funnier….

      • Twitter users last night also seemed pretty decisive as well. People either loved it or hated it. I’m in the second camp. It was cringe worthy at best.

    • Bit harsh there…I’m inclined to agree with cazz81, perhaps the role play bit was too drawn out but there was plenty else that worked for me, the bit on bleach for one, nice to see Ryan Shelton back and I’m always happy to see Bjorn Stewart (hopefully he’s recovered ☺), still enjoying the force of nature that is Helen Bidou, and Ray Martin in deadpan mode was an unexpected treat.

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