TV Ratings: Two all in week 47

Mediaweek editor James Manning looks at last night’s TV ratings

• Two all in week 47 with one more week of survey to go
• Extra episode of First Dates the difference between Seven and Nine

Seven

Home and Away got close to 700,000 again last night with 699,000.

An extra episode of First Dates in the midweek schedule was a winner for Seven with 758,000 after 803,000 on Tuesday night

Ramsay’s Hotel Hell followed just short of half a million with 488,000.

Nine

A Current Affair was down close to 150,000 from Tuesday with 671,000 last night.

The special featuring Matt & Kim from The Block was a disappointment with 484,000 at 7.30pm.

Doctor Doctor then lifted the Nine audience with its final episode of the year on 785,000.

TEN

The Project was just over 500,000 after 7pm.

The numbers were down after that with Jamie Oliver on 455,000 and then the season final of The Wrong Girl on 445,000.

ABC

Hard Quiz was second in its timeslot with 541,000, trailing only Nine’s To The Rescue.

Upper Middle Bogan grew the audience a little to 550,000.

Rosehaven was back above half a million with Please Like Me down close to 40,000 for the episode two audience of 208,000.

SBS

Trains fans flocked to World’s Busiest Railway with 270,000 watching.

Episode three of Tutankhamun was on 237,000.

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