MAFS tops Wednesday, Deal or No Deal best for 10.

A silver lining for 10's game show masks the fact SBS eclipsed their 7:30 and 8:30 shows on Wednesday.

The good news: Deal or No Deal topped viewing for 10 on Wednesday.

The bad news: that was because other programming under-performed, with 10 trailing SBS in 7:30 and 8:30 slots.

Married at First Sight was best in National TV Audience at 1.72m viewers.

Next in the slot were The 1% Club (769,000), 7:30 (699,000), Hard Quiz (661,000) Australia’s Sleep Revolution debuted to 236,000 for SBS then Ambulance Australia (220,000) in last place.

Later Under Investigation (597,000) pipped The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (585,000) then The Front Bar (508,000) and This is Going to Hurt (256,000).

Nine News averaged 1.09m for Nine then A Current Affair (1.00m) and Tipping Point (595,000). Nine News Late was 279,000.

Seven News won with 1.24m for Seven. Home & Away was 767,000 then The Chase (575,000). Talking Footy managed 226,000.

ABC News pulled 839,000 for ABC. Planet America was 202,000.

Deal or No Deal drew 288,000 then The Project (287,000), 10 News First (284,000) and FBI: International (135,000 / 110,000) -also behind SBS.

On SBS it was Pan Am: Rise and Fall of An Aviation Icon (189,000), SBS World News (185,000 / 142,000) and Kin (56,000).

Sunrise: 367,000
Today: 315,000
News Breakfast: 242,000

National Total TV: Wednesday 6 March 2024

4 Responses

  1. Deal Or No Deal – Australia’s favourite No. 1 Top Rating Show (screams announcer)

    (in minuscule print – for the network that night)

    Channel 10 Publicity could have a ball with this.

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