Travel guides, The Weekly wins Wednesday slots.

Travel guides, The Weekly wins Wednesday slots.

It was a close battle between Seven and Nine last night, as 10 debuted a new local drama, the first of many to hit TV this week.

Travel guides won her slot to 534,000 tube viewers, defeating The 1% club. (480,000), Difficult quiz (461,000), Master Chef Australia (436,000), 7:30 (433,000) e Australia alone (229,000).

After The Weekly with Charlie Pickering it led then with 407,000 north coast (263,000), Accused (207,000 / 95,000) and Zelensky: Citizen at war (181,000).

Nine led in primary channels, but the Seven network topped Wednesday with 27.6%, then Nine 27.5%, 10 17.7%, ABC 16.5% and SBS 10.8%.

Seven news was number 1 with 981,000/904,000. Hunting it outsold Entertainment at 581,000/339,000. Away from home he drew 479,000.

Nine news (771,000/747,000) was the best for Nine. A current deal it was then leading at 616,000 Hot seat (370,000 / 229,000). Footy classified it was 166,000 networkwide. Movie: The fall of the Gods it was 146,000.

The project pulled 285,000 / 194,000 for 10. 10 news first it was 236,000 / 177,000. Law and order: SVU managed 141,000.

ABC News he drew 574,000. The drum (166,000), IQ (135,000) e Aunt Donna’s coffee (130,000) followed.

On SBS it was News from the SBS world (147,000 / 129,000), Heroes banned (100,000) and Mind (82,000).

Blue it led the multi-channel to 108,000.

Sunrise: 226,000
Today: 185,000
News Breakfast: 99,000 / 54,000

In Total TV last Wednesday’s numbers were:

Heroes banned: 430,000
Australia alone: 809,000
IQ: 290,000
Accused: 451,000
Away from home: 932,000
Travel guides: 1.14m

Overnight stays OzTAM: Friday 10 May 2023