Nine forge ahead in a week that is largely one-way traffic to make benefit new glorious nation of Denison St.
Nine’s Wednesday schedule leading with The Block (762,000) into Australian Crime Stories (333,000) and then a Nine News special Claremont: Catching a Killer (171,000) put them streets ahead of their commercial rivals from 7:30pm.
But it was ABC’s Gruen (787,000) that pipped Nine’s reality flagship at the post, and it should be noted the new episode of the new season of children’s animated monster-ratings-machine Bluey (343,000) did better than every program on commercial TV after 8:30pm.
The best 10 could offer was The Bachelorette Australia (487,000) followed by a double-ep repeat of Bull (232,000; 183,000), and even that wasn’t competitive.
Similarly, a double repeat of Highway Patrol (397,000; 372,000) and a repeat showing of DC superhero flick Justice League (264,000) on Seven meant they were never in the hunt after 7pm.
Hard Quiz (688,000) – still the highest rating quiz show on TV – along with Gruen, the premiere of Reputation Rehab (567,000), and Planet America (476,000) make for a consistently massive Wednesday light entertainment line-up for Aunty.
Gogglebox Australia (152,000) continues to be the best thing Foxtel has to offer on a Wednesday evening (Farewell, and we’ll see you again in 2021).
Sunrise (269,000) wins again ahead of The Today Show (210,000) and ABC Breakfast (193,000 [129,000 ABC; 64,000 ABC News]).
All ratings data listed is Five City Metro, overnights only.
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