10 leads primary channels, Seven wins Wednesday.

10 led in primary channels last night thanks to MasterChef Australia, The Project and The Secrets She Keeps.

MasterChef Australia easily won its slot and the demos at 1.04m viewers, well ahead of 7:30 (556,000), Britain’s Got Talent (526,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (504,000) and Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo? (463,000).

Later, The Secrets She Keeps wrapped at 550,000 outranking The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (486,000), Paramedics (478,000) and At Home Alone Together (372,000).

Seven network won Wednesday with 26.5% then 10 25.6%, Nine 24.4%, ABC 16.0% and SBS 7.5%.

Seven News was #1 with 1.19m / 1.13m for Seven then The Chase (709,000 / 438,000) and Home and Away (653,000). Bodyguard was 292,000 / 259,000.

Nine News (1.09m / 1.06m) led for Nine then A Current Affair won its slot with 781,000 and Hot Seat (595,000 / 348,000). New Amsterdam drew 218,000.

The Project was 578,000 / 348,000 for 10. 10 News First was 388,000 / 289,000 and Bull was 202,00.

ABC News was 753,000 for ABC plus Planet America (285,000), The Drum (213,000) and The Last Leg (199,000).

On SBS it was Tony Robinson: Egyptian Tomb Hunting (194,000), SBS World News (183,000), An Australian Hero: Keith Payne VC (123,000) and Mastermind (116,000). Reprisal drew just 52,000.

Bluey was very high yesterday at 243,000.

Sunrise: 301,000
Today: 204,000
News Breakfast: 148,000 / 52,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 27 May 2020

6 Comments:

  1. Ten News at Five has really started to tumble falling a distant third. Obviously took a hit from Bold and Beautiful reruns having a smaller lead in effect.

  2. Masterchef was fantastic last night. Good final episode of The Secrets She Keeps. I’m glad I stuck with the series.
    Then I flicked over to Bodyguard. Wow that was an action packed episode last night. It was great tv viewing last night.

  3. I’m glad that Secret She Keeps rated highest in its timeslot. It was a great read and I enjoyed the series. Kudos to all involved for this successful adaptation.

    • Have thoroughly enjoyed the series but opted out of watching the finale live due to the 9pm start time (will watch today). I watched Celeste Barber on Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery and had a thirty minute gap so chose to watch the Selling Houses Australia finale which followed immediately. The advantages of ABC and Foxtel having shows start and finish at consistently the same time each week attract viewers like me. I am not one to wait around channel surfing whilst I wait for 9pm to come around, but lucky for 10 many fans did wait. A fantastic result 10. Fingers crossed we have more drama offerings from 10 again soon.

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