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Nine nabs primetime run, tight race at breakfast.

ACA, The Block & Paramedics lead for Nine. Sunrise pips Today by just 1,000. Mirror Mirror lifts 10.

Nine led viewing from 7pm – 9:30 last night while a new Todd Sampson doco did better business than The Bachelor a week earlier.

There was also just 1,000 viewers between Sunrise and Today -after both tied last Wednesday.

The Block led entertainment at 834,000 metro viewers although it was down on last week’s heated drama.

That was ahead of Hard Quiz (591,000), 7:30 (584,000), Mirror Mirror (572,000) and Nurses (378,000).

Later Paramedics was 472,000 then RFDS (427,000 / 396,000), Question Everything (410,000) and Rosehaven (399,000).

Nine network won Wednesday with 30.2% then Seven 27.0%, 10 18.3%, ABC 16.3% and SBS 8.3%.

Nine News (1.06m / 1.00m) was best for Nine. A Current Affair just won its slot at 739,000 then Hot Seat (459,000 / 290,000). In select cities were Footy Classified (116,000) and Kings Cross ER (137,000).

Seven News was #1 at 1.09m / 1.05m for Seven. Home & Away was 612,000 then The Chase (549,000 / 335,000).

The Project drew 498,000 / 300,000 for 10. 10 News First (337,000 / 237,000) and 3 x Bull reruns at 184,000 / 109,000 / 76,000.

ABC News pulled 703,000 for ABC. Would I Lie To You? (270,000) and The Drum (180,000) followed.

On SBS it was Princess Anne At 70 (200,000), Tony Robinson’s World By Rail (180,000), SBS World News  (176,000 / 151,000) and War of the Worlds (63,000).

Coronavirus: Public Update led multichannels at 205,000.

Sunrise: 248,000
Today: 247,000
News Breakfast: 129,000 / 91,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 8 September 2021

3 Responses

  1. RFDS is so good but running doubles and looking at the ratings….that definitely concerns me that they are about to can it. See people will watch trash like The Block but won’t watch decent Aussie drama. Gone are the days where it used to be different.

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