Travel Guides, Mad as Hell tops the Wednesday slots.

In its 5th season travel guides keep delivering for Nine.

Last night Adventures Across the United States drew 727,000 viewers from the Metro.

It was ahead difficult quiz (569,000), 7:30 a.m. (556,000), Ambulance Australia (324,000 / 317,000) and Double fault: the Novak Djokovic saga (298,000).

The laughs continued with crazy as hell (510,000), tomorrow tonight (335,000), The front bar (278,000) movie: Crocodile Dundee -yes, really- (229,000 in 4 cities),

The Nine network won on Wednesday with 30.6% then Seven 25.5%, ABC 18.6%, 10 17.3% and SBS 8.0%.

Nine News (839,000 / 816,000) was best for Nine then A topical matter (650,000) and harness (389,000 / 260,000). Footy Ranked was 70,000 in 3 cities with Under investigation to 61,000 in Melbourne.

Seven news was #1 at 948,000 / 889,000 for Seven. The hunt was 540,000/352,000. Far from home (499,000) and America’s Got Talent: Extreme (104,000 in various slot machines).

ABC News pulled 599,000. Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala (188,000) and Battery (186,000) followed.

The project included a long interview with Waleed Aly and shot 382,000/253,000 for 10. 10 news first was 284,000 / 194,000 with Bull out of 142,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (153,000 / 121,000), Tony Robinson: Great Britain’s Greatest River (147,000), Rise Of The Nazis: Dictators at War (125,000), Brain (82,000) and The answering machine (44,000).

Peppa Pig leads the multichannel to 126,000

Sunrise: 259,000
Today: 234,000
Breakfast: 131,000 / 74,000

In Total TV, the figures for last Wednesday were:

Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala: 429,000
travel guides: 732,000
Tomorrow tonight: 463,000
crazy as hell: 749,000

OzTAM overnight stays: Wednesday April 6, 2022

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