In Perth, where the first house is being renovated, Seven’s loyal audience is loving the show, with 168,000 watching -higher than 162,000 in Sydney.
Despite the challenges, Seven still managed to come close in primetime share.
Nine Network share was 30.2% then Seven 29.3%, ABC 19.25, TEN 16.5% and SBS 4.8%.
Nine News was #1 for the night with 1.3m then Big Bang (1.23m), The Block and A Current Affair (both 1.06m), Arrow (971,000), Hot Seat (706,000) and The Following (437,000).
Seven News was 1.26m for Seven then Today Tonight (1.00m), Home and Away (954,000), House Rules (784,000), Criminal Minds (681,000 / 420,000 in 4 cities), Deal or No Deal (534,000) and Revenge (243,000 in 1 city).
ABC News was 903,000 for ABC1 with Adam Hills Tonight starting well on 797,000. Qi was 735,000, then 7:30 (727,000), Would I Lie to You? (489,000) and Time Team (290,000).
A new Modern Family was 719,000 (rpt 555,000) for TEN then TEN News (650,000), The Project (550,000) and the final Mr and Mrs Murder (454,000). The Simpsons was 358,000 and The Good Wife was 343,000.
It was a tough night for SBS with World News Australia (198,000), Jimmy’s Forest (187,000), Borgen (140,000) and Extreme Frontiers: Canada (136,000).
Shaun the Sheep again led multichannels with 314,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 15 May 2013