Home And Away is repeating its regular overnight pattern with the midweek episode on 580,000 after starting the week on 676,000. Regular viewers are no doubt migrating to catch-up viewing to keep up to date with the soap.
Bride & Prejudice then dipped a little after two nights close to 660,000. The third episode of the week did 623,000.
9-1-1 was then on 498,000, up from 454,000 a week ago.
Optus was getting a close-up last night on A Current Affair after telling some customers to go elsewhere. The episode did 718,000, up from 694,000 on Tuesday.
Three episodes of Young Sheldon featured a new episode on 522,000 and then two repeats pulling 450,000 and then 462,000.
The US drama Manifest then got the double episode treatment with the first on 291,000 and the second on 195,000.
The great Kerry O’Brien joined the team with a spot at the desk on The Project with 460,000 watching after 7pm, which is the biggest audience so far this week. A guest on the show was another TV great – Louis Theroux. Todd Sampson was interviewed from the red carpet at the GQ Awards.
The penultimate episode of The Bachelorette managed to rank #1 for the night under 50 and in the key demos, as well as winning its timeslot. The episode did 619,000 after 601,000 on Wednesday last week.
The new US drama series A Million Little Things then launched with 116,000, taking over the slot from Playing For Keeps.
The channel has had its best three consecutive Wednesdays since Gruen was on air in the first half this year. The channel’s midweek primary share has pushed close to 14% for each of those nights.
Hard Quiz again led the way as the third most-watched show nationally and in metro markets, as well as being #1 non-news show. The audience of 710,000 was as strong as last week’s 776,000 though.
Mad As Hell also had a good night with 703,000, down a little from last week’s 742,000.
After two nights just over 200,000, the third episode of Child Genius was on 198,000.