• Midweek win: Seven makes it four from four so far in week 45
• Hard Quiz does it again – #1 non-news, top five, 780k metro
Home And Away has held above 600,000 for the third consecutive night this week.
Bride & Prejudice – The Forbidden Weddings has not been quite as consistent. It soared from 629,000 on Monday to 744,000 on Tuesday, but the numbers slipped last night, down to 583,000 up against The Bachelorette.
At 8.30pm the drama 9-1-1 did 455,000 after 492,000 last week.
Stress-testing luggage got our attention on A Current Affair last night in addition to good work from ACA tracking down a Red Rooster rorter. The midweek episode did 780,000, which is the best audience this week.
An hour of Young Sheldon then did 580,000 for the new episode and 501,000 for the repeat.
Manifest did 371,000 after 345,000 a week ago.
The Nine programmers then had a laugh scheduling World’s Worst Flights, but there was a change of mind with Ghostbusters II taking the slot with 114,000 watching.
Steve Price forecast how long Mark Latham might last in One Nation and then a Pub Choir closed last night’s episode of The Project. The Wednesday episode was on 475,000, which is close to where each night has traded this week.
The Bachelorette won the commercial hour with 601,000 after 537,000 a week ago.
The final episode of the Australian drama Playing For Keeps then did 402,000. The series launched in early September on 575,000.
Hard Quiz continues to rate strongly with 776,000 its best this year after 679,000 last week.
Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell was also up significantly this week with 745,000 after 669,000 last week.
The second week of Tomorrow Night did 567,000 after launching with 582,000.
The new music show The Set did 179,000 after launching with 202,000.
Great British Railway Journeys had the biggest audience with 268,000.
The repeat of DNA Nation then did 172,000 with Food Safari Water on 182,000.