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2017-02-23_0950

TEN reaching for ratings as Nine plays cricket

With Nine playing cricket last night it was a two horse reality race in the early evening.

My Kitchen Rules remained on top with 1.17m viewers, up modestly on last Wednesday. I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here also went up, managing its best-ever Wednesday performance with 904,000 viewers. A terrifying “End of the World” challenge completed by Keira may have just won her some audience respect.

Home and Away also won its slot just ahead of ABC News. 

Elsewhere Bride & Prejudice won its slot with This is Us whilst Home Delivery was up slightly for ABC but The Weekly was down from 580,000 to 518,000.

Seven network won Wednesday with 32.6% then Nine 25.9%, TEN 19.1%, ABC 15.2% and SBS 7.2%.

My Kitchen Rules was #1 for Seven with 1.17m viewers then Seven News (968,000 / 965,000), Home and Away (754,000), Bride and Prejudice (712,000) and The Chase (555,000 / 377,000). Ramsay’s Hotel Hell was 352,000.

Nine News was 954,000 / 678,000 (in 3 cities) for Nine. Twenty 20 Cricket drew 591,000 / 573,000 / 430,000, A Current Affair was 477,000 in 2 cities and Hot Seat was 412,000 / 217,000 in 4 cities.

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here was strong at 904,000 viewers. The Project drew 641,000 / 392,000, This is Us was 559,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 486,000, and Madam Secretarywas 208,000.

ABC News (747,000) led for ABC then 7:30 (612,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (603,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (518,000), Walliams and Friend (353,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (267,000).

On SBS it was Tony Robinson Down Under (249,000), The Eighties (240,000), Vikings (195,000) and SBS World News (168,000).

ABC2’s Peter Rabbit hopped to the top of multichannels with 233,000 viewers.

Sunrise: 308,000
Today: 301,000
ABC News Breakfast: 101,000 / 58,000

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