The Man With The Biggest Testicles more appealing than the man with the roses

Man with the biggest testicles

Man with the testicles

Man with the roses

Man with the roses

Ten had the embarrassment of its reality contest The Bachelor outrated by The Man With The Biggest Testicles last night.

The Seven broadcast of the program about an American man with extreme scrotal elephantiasis was first in its timeslot with 805,000 metro viewers at 9.30pm.

Meanwhile, Ten’s The Bachelor – starring Tim Robards – had 612,000 viewers at 7.30pm making it 17th for the night and fourth in its timeslot. The Bachelor was ninth in Ten’s target demographic of people 25-54.

Big Brother was top in the 7.30pm timeslot with 818,000 viewers, and third for the night in 25-54s. Slideshow on Channel Seven had 814,000 total viewers at the same time and was eighth in 25-54s.

In a disappointing night for Ten, beach-based drama Wonderland rated just 420,000 while This Week Live rated 194,000. Wonderland dropped over 200,000 viewers from last week. The Sydney beach drama had topped Ten’s target demographic of 25-54s when it was first launched in August, however it was 16th in 25-54s last night.

Arrow, on Channel Nine, had 621,000 viewers .

Gruen Planet on ABC1 rated 908,000 viewers with the series finale of Winners  & Losers averaging 1.017m viewers at 8.30pm and also the top rated show in 25-54s.

Hot Seat on Channel Nine had 613,000 viewers, beating Million Dollar Minute on Channel Seven which had 528,000 at 8.30pm.

Seven’s Sunrise won the morning battle with 383,000 total viewers above 311,000 for Channel Nine’s Today.

Wednesday’s top 15 shows:

  1. Nine News Nine 1,137,000
  2. Seven News Seven 1,096,000
  3. A Current Affair Nine 1,019,000
  4. Winners and Losers Seven 1,017,000
  5. ABC News ABC1 967,000
  6. Gruen Planet ABC1 908,000
  7. Today Tonight Seven 882,000
  8. Home and Away Seven 868,000
  9. Big Brother Nine 818,000
  10. Slideshow Seven 814,000
  11. The Man with the Biggest Testicles 805,000
  12. 7.30 ABC1 734,000
  13. Big Brother Confidential Nine 723,000
  14. Arrow Network 9 621,000
  15. Hot Seat Nine 613,000

Wednesday’s share:

  • Seven 22.8%
  • Nine 19.3%
  • ABC1 13.9%
  • Ten 10.8%
  • 7mate 5.0%
  • GO! 4.5%
  • SBS ONE 4.4%
  • Gem 3.9%
  • 7TWO 3.5%
  • ELEVEN 3.3%
  • ABC2 3.2%
  • ONE 2.3%
  • ABC News 24 1.3%
  • SBS 2 0.9%
  • ABC3 0.7%
  • NITV 0.1%

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Megan Reynolds


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