Big Brother takes Seven to Wednesday win
Ratings: Bachelor in Paradise has soft start but leads in younger demos.
There was just one of the three regular reality shows left standing last night, as one newcomer tried to take it on.
Big Brother led its timeslot for only the second time at 711,000, leading in entertainment and topping the older demos.
It just eclipsed Hard Quiz on 707,000 and 7:30 (696,000) on ABC.
Next were RBT (534,000) and Bachelor in Paradise launch (507,000) -the latter still topped the younger demos. Tony Robinson’s World By Rail was 352,000 for SBS.
Later The Weekly with Charlie Pickering drew 642,000 then Emergency (592,000), Rosehaven (484,000) and The Front Bar (383,000).
Seven network won Wednesday with 27.7% then Nine 26.8%, ABC 18.2%, 10 17.9% and SBS 9.5%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.2m / 1.16m then Home and Away (681,000) and The Chase (685,000 / 404,000). Busted in Bangkok was 201,000.
Nine News drew 1.08m / 995,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (762,000) and Hot Seat (605,000 / 340,000). A late news edition was 398,000.
ABC News led its slot with 824,000. The Drum (221,000) and Retrograde (167,000) followed.
The Project pulled 595,000 / 351,000 for 10. 10 News First (401,000 / 248,000), Tommy (235,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (192,000), Who Gets To Stay In Australia? (146,000) and Mastermind (107,000), Child Of Our Time: Turning 20 was just 89,000.
Bluey led multichannels at 237,000.
News Breakfast: 153,000 / 70,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 15 July 2020