Here Come the Habibs falls to 800,000 as Wanted audiences lifts to 962,000 viewers

Nine’s comedy Here Come the Habibs saw its audience fall for the fourth consecutive week.

Here Come the Habibs:

Here Come the Habibs: audience numbers down for 4th consecutive week

From a debut of 1.249m in early February the show last night managed just 800,000 viewers making it the 10th most-watched show of the night, according to OzTAM overnight metro ratings.

Meanwhile Seven’s Rebecca Gibney drama, Wanted, grew its audience – recording 962,000 – while My Kitchen Rules was the most-watched show of the night with 1.496m. 

While MKR won the 7:30pm time slot, a new episode of The Big Bang Theory drew 811,000 while Ten’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! drew an audience of 688,000.

The Habibs performed strongly in the younger demographics, pulling second place in 16-39s and 18-49s.

In the news race, Seven won both the 6:00pm and 6:30pm bulletins, with 1.062m and 1.026m, while Nine had 999,000 and 935,000, respectively.

In audience share, Seven won the night with a main channel audience of 26.3%, Nine achieved 18.1%, Ten 15.2%, and the ABC 10.4%.



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