Today beats Sunrise, Making It launches to 474,000.
Today marks first win in over three years. New 10 reality show lands fourth in its timeslot.
The Today Show has beaten Sunrise for the first time in over three years.
Today was 248,000 metro viewers to Sunrise‘s 237,000 -the first win since Karl Stefanovic & Alison Langdon paired as anchors at the top of 2020.
Numbers have been narrowing between the two shows for some weeks, some days just less than 5000 between them. Yet a day earlier Sunrise had a victory at 55,000 in front. News Breakfast had 127,000 / 79,000 metro yesterday.
Meanwhile The Block also won at 810,000 then SAS Australia (654,000), 7:30 and Hard Quiz (both 601,000) with Making It premiering low at 474,000.
Later Paramedics won its slot at 472,000 then Rosehaven (467,000), Question Everything (463,000) and RFDS (417,000).
Nine network won Wednesday with 29.3% then Seven 28.3%, 10 17.4%, 10 17.0% and SBS 8.1%.
Nine News drew 1.02m / 976,000 for Nine. A Current Affair was 722,000 then Hot Seat (521,000 / 328,000). In select cities were Footy Classified (161,000) and Kings Cross ER (125,000).
Seven News was #1 at 1.07m / 1.04m. Home & Away was 604,000 then The Chase 571,000 / 347,000. The Rookie was 185,000.
ABC News won its slot at 725,000. Would I Lie to You? (281,000) and The Drum (190,000) followed.
The Project pulled 460,000 / 251,000. 10 News First was 340,000 / 251,000. Bull persists with 181,000 / 138,000.
On SBS it was Tony Robinson’s World by Rail (224,000), SBS World News (202,000 / 175,000), Looking for Life on Mars (133,000) and War of the Worlds (82,000).
ABC News Mornings (which appears to have replaced a COVID Update) led multichannels at 138,000.
In Total TV lifts last Wednesday :
The Block: 1.4m
Mirror Mirror: 909,00
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 15 September 2021.