Nine wins the night with Travel Guides and ACA
• The best travel guide entertainment while staying close to home
• Seven checks in with Billy Connolly
Total TV Ratings Analysis: April 6
For travel guidesa 20% increase saw a total of 1.19 million people tune in as guides continued their road trip across the US heading deep south to visit Louisiana.
Of seven, At home and away also increased by 20%, bringing in a total of 970,000. The front bar saw a 16% jump, drawing 407,000 for their most South Australian show ever.
The ABC’s Wednesday night comedy lineup saw jumps in total ratings across the board. difficult quiz raised 14% for a total of 959,000, crazy as hell raised 18% for a total of 870,000, and tomorrow tonight raised 17% for a total of 531,000.
Overnight TV Ratings Analysis: April 13
Prime Time News
Seven News 930,000/875,000
Nine News 773,000/758,000
ABC News 594,000
10 News First 317,000 (5:00 p.m.) / 194,000 (6:00 p.m.)
SBS World News 153,000 (6:30 p.m.)/181,000 (7:00 p.m.)
A topical affair 578,000
The Project 204,000 (6:30 p.m.)/ 304,000 (7:00 p.m.)
The Drum 150,000
News Breakfast 188,000
The last 199,000
Nine overdue news 147,000
ABC Late News 94,000
Nine won the evening with the main (22.0%) and network (31.1%) shares.
On A topical matter578,000 people tuned in as the show unveiled the firm blamed for leaving small businesses in financial ruin and looked back on some of Australia’s craziest rowdy moments between politicians and the public .
the travel guides stayed a little closer to home last night, with 665,000 people watching guides test drive the Sunshine Coast holiday. This made it the best non-news show of the night.
Nine ended the evening with Crocodile Dundee IIwhich drew 274,000 viewers.
On Seven, At home and away had 489,000 listens before 312,000 viewed Billy Connolly: my absolute pleasure, as Connolly gave audiences a glimpse into the life he’s been leading since deciding to retire from stand-up comedy. Just over a third of those viewers came from Victoria, with 118,000 viewing from Melbourne.
In Melbourne, The front bar seen Andy, Mikeand Dave Hughes cover the announcement that Gillon McLachlan would step down as CEO of the AFL for 269,000 viewers.
On ten, The project spoke to One Nation Raj GuruswamyNew Zealand Jacinda Ardernand the The Kardashians for an audience of 204,000 (6:30 p.m.) and 304,000 (7 p.m.).
Ambulance Australia then broadcast consecutive episodes with 255,000 plays for the first episode and 278,000 for the second.
On ABC, 497,000 people watched 7:30 a.m. before the start of the Wednesday night comedy lineup. Tom Glenson gave the big brass cup on difficult quiz in front of an audience of 563,000, before 473,000 tuned in to see Shaun Micallef launch crazy as hell “Demokraken” election coverage. To finish, tomorrow tonight asked 282,000 viewers what would happen if babies could grow outside the human body.
On SBS, the highest rated non-news program was Coast to Coast by Tony Robinson with 135,000 viewers.