World News – UA – Sixth season of Ten’s The Bachelorette welcomes 628,000 subway viewers


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The previous lowest-rated season was Ali Oetjen’s 2018 series which grossed 631,000 The show’s highest premiere to date was Sophie Monk’s 2017 season, which drew 951,000 metro viewers

Nationally, the show drew 785,000 viewers It topped the top three advertising demographics – 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54

Ten chief programming officer Daniel Monaghan says the season is going to be one to watch

« Elly and Becky Miles’ unique and fascinating journey has clearly struck a chord with Australians We are thrilled with the response at the start of the new season of The Bachelorette Australia It will be a fantastic adventure, with double the dates, double the fun and double the romance as Elly and Becky seek to find their one true love – make it their one true love « 

Ten reported that the live stream of the program was up 92% over last year’s season with Angie Kent

The show took on The Block on Nine, which drew 744,000 viewers and 1,012m nationwide Seven’s Highway Patrol delivered 435,000 and 719,000

On ABC Hard Quiz was the night’s most watched entertainment program with 643,000 subway viewers, followed by Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell with 542,000

Wednesday night’s victory went to Nine with a 196% channel share and 268% in network Seven delivered 190% and 264% Ten held a channel share of 144% and a network share of 214%, while ABC held 134% and 175%

Hannah Blackiston is the Acting Editor-in-Chief of Mumbrella Throughout her career she has worked as a reporter and associate editor in a number of titles in the business and real estate industries. She has also spent time on mainstream titles writing lifestyle and travel content.

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