“Home and Away” has made it to the top 10 ratings but three of its time slot rivals have beaten the drama series, news.com.au reported.
The Seven Network show secured ninth spot on OzTAM’s “most watched shows on Wednesday” list but it is still down with 140,000 viewers per episode this year compared to last year.
Here’s the complete list of the ratings for Wednesday, provided by news.com.au:
- MasterChef (Ten) – 1.363 million
- Nine News (Nine) – 1.118 million
- Nine News 6.30pm – 1.099 million
- A Current Affair (Nine) – 986,000
- Seven News (Seven) – 959,000
- Seven News/Today Tonight (Seven) – 929,000
- ABC News (ABC1) – 849,000
- The Project 7pm (Ten) – 772,000
- Home And Away (Seven) – 751,000
- Border Security – Australia’s Front Line (Seven) – 743,000
Meanwhile, there will be major developments at Summer Bay next week.
There are speculations on who among Hannah Wilson (Cassie Howarth), Denny Miller (Jessica Grace Smith), or Phoebe Nicholson (Isabella Giovinazzo) is pregnant.
Radio Times also provides some spoilers for the July 27-31 episodes.
There will be an argument between Zac and Matt on who to blame for Leah’s disappearance while Ash and Kyle Braxton would visit Brax in prison.
Leah will be found on Tuesday episode and she would be rushed to the hospital. She would agree to have the brain operation because of her situation, Radio Times notes.
On Wednesday, VJ would agree to Leahʼs wish that her life support be turned off if the operation is unsuccessful. Matt will leave court with a good behavior bond, while Hannah recognizes the neurosurgeon treating Leah and would avoid him.
Hannah would be shaken by the appearance of her her ex-boyfriend, Sean, on Thursday. Alf recounts his painful memory to his psychologist.
On Friday, Alf would breakdown during therapy but Maria assures him that they are on the right track to treat his PTSD. Ash, meanwhile, breaks up with Denny before heading off to help Brax out of prison.
“Home and Away” 2015 airs Monday to Thursday at 7pm.