The bachelor’s degree in reality dating on Channel 10 made the worst premiere in history last night.
Despite more than half of Australia being blocked and tied to the couch, the spectacular premiere episode of reality shows 482,000 miserable people from big cities across Australia on the top 20 television shows. I was pushed in.
To see that, the bachelor’s degree was beaten by a repeat of ABC TV’s Hard Quiz Kids Special (502,000).
Here in Perth, we didn’t even break the top 20 of the most watched shows. Only 38,000 people in the city bothered to flick to 10 and instead decided to watch a recurring episode of Nine’s Travel Guides (44,000) four years ago.
Executives chose to market the tent-pole program the same night that Seven Farmer wanted his wife’s finale. It wasn’t a Titan match and the bachelor’s degree was wrapped almost twice.
The rose ceremony was a distant red dot for the loved ones of Seven’s reputation. It has advanced as the most watched entertainment show of the night (853,000).
That’s because WA’s bachelor Rocky Gilbert wasn’t able to arouse viewers after Ten’s flagship show resonated with viewers last year.
Last year’s show’s eighth season premiere was the lowest rating of any season in Batchelor Australia so far — it was before last night.
When it was first released in August last year, it attracted 681,000 viewers nationwide. However, he lost to ABC’s hard quiz, which attracted 733,000 viewers.
In Washington, the 2020 launch didn’t even make it into the top 10 of the night’s top-rated shows.
Behind the highway patrol (88,000) and chase (86,000), a disastrous 71,000 viewers gathered.
In comparison, last year’s Farmer Wants a Wife premiere attracted 116,000 viewers in Perth.
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