Channel 9’s Magnificence and the Geek ending wins community rankings, whereas Commonwealth Video games proceed to dominate for Seven
Channel 9’s Magnificence and the Geek ended its disappointing season with a win on the nighttime charts.
The finale of the nice relationship present was Wednesday’s most-watched leisure program, engaging 537,000 spectators.
In the meantime, Seven’s protection of the Commonwealth Video games has dominated all rivals.
Channel 9’s Magnificence and the Geek ended its disappointing season with a win on the nighttime charts. Picture: Sophie Monk
The athletic motion in Birmingham drew a whopping 713,000 night spectators for the community within the Underground’s evening rankings.
The Chase Australia, in the meantime, has given Seven one thing else to rejoice over. The sub-celebrated quiz present is a continuing winner for the community.
On Wednesday it dealt with 494,000 viewers in main facilities.
The finale of the wellness relationship present was probably the most watched leisure program on Wednesday, attracting 537,000 spectators. Pictured: winners Aaron Seeto and Karly Fisher
Fan-favorite Shaun Micallef is starring in two reveals in the meanwhile, however solely considered one of them is shining.
Its lengthy program of political information satirical sketches Mad as Hell has attracted a robust viewers of 453,000 followers for ABC.
Nonetheless, his Shaun Micallef faculty quiz Mind Eisteddfod on Channel 10 is shedding viewers.
Shaun Micallef (pictured) is starring in two reveals in the meanwhile, however solely considered one of them is shining.
It managed to draw solely 270,000 very scarce followers throughout all subway rankings.
There was extra unhealthy information for Channel 10 with The Undertaking.
The information and present affairs panel present has struggled all 12 months, however protection of the Commonwealth Video games is making issues worse.
It solely dealt with 312,000 spectators for its 7pm slot on the Metro charts.
Total Channel Seven received the night, with a whopping 37.3% share. Channel 9 got here in second with an viewers share of 27.4%.
The athletic motion in Birmingham drew a whopping 713,000 spectators. Within the photograph: Australian Ariarne Titmus (left) with the gold medal and Kiah Melverton with the bronze after the ladies’s 400m freestyle closing