Ten’s The Wrong Girl fails to crack 400,000 viewers for second consecutive week

Episode two of the second season of The Wrong Girl on Ten managed 336,000 metro viewers last night, after last week’s premiere of 391,000.

Episode one also managed an extra 129,000 metro viewers from last week, thanks to television catch-up.

According to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary ratings, Seven’s offering, a repeat of Little Big Shots, did not make the top 20 shows.

It was a more successful night for Ten in the 7:30pm slot, with The Bachelor Australia winning most-watched entertainment program of the night with 739,000 metro viewers, and topping all key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s.

Rival commercial network Seven aired Make You Laugh Out Loud at the same time, which achieved 476,000 metro viewers.

On Nine, the live NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the North Queensland Cowboys, which aired from 7:30pm, attracted 447,000 metro viewers across Sydney and Brisbane.

Seven won the 6pm news slot, with 922,000 ahead of Nine’s 828,000.

ABC News attracted 726,000 metro viewers, making it the most-watched program for the channel.

Nine’s average audience share was 20.1%, handing them the Thursday night win, beating Seven’s 16.3%, Ten’s 13.3%, ABC’s 9.4%, and SBS’ 6.2%.


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