Travel Guides reaches 600,000 viewers in the metro, overtaking Holey Moley’s third episode with 543,000


The third episode of Holey Moley fell to 543,000 viewers on the subway last night, after airing to 983,000 and plunging to 737,000 on the second night.

He lost the 7:30 p.m. timeslot to Nine’s Travel Guides, which drew 600,000 subway viewers, but stayed ahead of The Amazing Race on Ten, which raised 447,000 for its third episode. The nationwide race hosted by Beau Ryan started the same night as Holey Moley at 501,000 and fell to 493,000 on his second outing.

Travel Guides was down from the 641,000 viewers in the five capitals who logged in the night before, but up from last week’s launch to 584,000.

Holey Moley host Sonia Kruger

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Holey Moley topped the 16-39 and 18-49 advertising demographics (followed by The Amazing Race), but Seven News prevailed among the 25-54. The mega-mini-golf format has also grown nationwide, reaching 883,000 viewers across the country against 846,000 for Travel Guides and 604,000 for The Amazing Race.

Hard Quiz at 8 p.m. on ABC beat prime-time offerings of all three commercial networks with 622,000 viewers on the subway and 901,000 nationwide, while The Weekly with Charlie Pickering, at 8:30 p.m., landed on 577 000 viewers of the metro to give ABC a share of the channel. of 14.1% and a network share of 19.8%, ahead of Ten’s 11.6% and 19.6% respectively.

Seven won the night with a 27.8% network share, ahead of Nine of 25.2%, and 10 Bold topped the multi-channel pack with 4.5% with a night of NCIS reruns.

News shows again won the top five spots of the evening: Seven News (979,000), Seven News at 6.30am (964,000), Nine News (860,000), Nine News at 6.30am (835,000) and ABC News (708,000). The five news programs reached over one million viewers with regions included, led by Seven News with 1.53 million.

Nine’s A Current Affair was next out of 650,000, followed by Travel Guides.


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