10 tops entertainment but Seven wins Wednesday
Ratings: A double dose of Britain's Got Talent helped keep viewers on Seven until 10pm
The leading network swapped hands several times last night between Seven, 10 and ABC -in the end a double dose of Britain’s Got Talent combined with Seven News helped Seven emerge as victor.
But BGT viewers may be in for a shock when the show pauses with finals due later this year.
MasterChef Australia led in entertainment stakes at 984,000, down on last Wednesday, but still topping the demos.
It bettered Hard Quiz (708,000), 7:30 (699,000), Britain’s Got Talent (530,000 / 444,ooo) and Doctor Doctor (488,000).
Later The Weekly drew 591,000 then Paramedics (455,000), You Can’t Ask That (406,000) and The Secrets She Keeps (388,000).
Seven network won Wednesday with 25.7% then Nine 24.8%, 10 22.9%, ABC 18.0% and SBS 8.7%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.19m / 1.13m for Seven then The Chase (665,000 / 416,000) and Home and Away (655,000).
Nine News at 1.11m / 1.04m was best for Nine then A Current Affair (754,000) and Hot Seat (565,000 /316,000). New Amsterdam drew 258,000.
The Project drew 646,000 / 409,000 for 10 then 10 News First 450,000 / 339,000. Bull was just 178,000.
ABC News led its slot again at 876,000. Planet America (327,000), Would I Lie to You? (253,000) and The Drum (248,000) also ranked for ABC.
On SBS it was Britain’s Cathedrals With Tony Robinson (286,000), SBS World News (207,000), My Grandparents War (218,000), Mastermind (115,000) and Reprisal (76,000).
NCIS led multichannels at 196,000.
News Breakfast: 158,000 / 82,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 6 May 2020