NCIS franchise continues to grow audience for Ten Network

Ten’s NCIS: Los Angeles continued to gain viewers on Wednesday night, while Celebrity Masterchef saw a slight fall compared to last week.  

In terms of channel share, Seven led with 28.2 per cent, followed by Nine with 23.4 and Ten with 22.7 percent, according to preliminary OzTam figures.

The ABC’s music trivia programme Spicks and Specks predictably attracted strong viewing with 1.135m, slightly up on last week.

Ten’s NCIS: Los Angeles brought in over 1m, up from the 998,000 it recorded last Wednesday. Celebrity Masterchef on the other hand attracted 1.064m, slightly down on last week’s 1.1m.

Meanwhile, Ten’s digital channel One has unveiled its summer schedule which will start from 6 December and run until the last week of February.

It will start with a motor sport themed Sunday, followed by football themed Mondays, golf on Tuesdays, cricket coverage on Wednesdays, extreme sports on Thursdays, American sports on Fridays and classic AFL matches on Saturdays.

Wednesday’s channel share:

  • Seven: 28.2%
  • Nine: 23.4%
  • Ten: 22.7%
  • ABC1: 14.5%
  • SBS1: 4.1%
  • Go: 2.2%
  • 7Two: 2%
  • ABC2: 1.7%
  • SBS2: 0.4%
  • One:0.8%

Wednesday’s top shows:

  1. Today Tonight Seven 1.343
  2. Seven News Seven 1.325
  3. Border Security Seven 1.271
  4. Medical Emergency Seven 1.153
  5. Spicks and Specks ABC 1.135
  6. Two and a Half Men – 7:30pm Nine 1.100
  7. Home and Away Seven 1.090
  8. Celebrity Masterchef Ten 1.064
  9. Two and a Half Men – 7:00pm Nine 1.044
  10. City Homicide Seven 1.021
  11. Nine News Nine 1.017
  12. A Current Affair Nine 1.003
  13. NCIS: Los Angeles Ten 1.003
  14. ABC News ABC 0.921
  15. RPA: Where Are They Now? Nine 0.835

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