The fairytale is over for Network Ten after the disastrous start to this year’s The Bachelorette franchises hospital system capacity., with WA beauty Brooke Blurton struggling to get viewers to tune in.
But TV experts tells The West Australian it’s all the network’s fault. Although Ten has tried to play the diversity card, they say the show is just exactly what it always was — with the same dates and same old format — and viewers were switching offThe current restrictions on nightlife and long-standing social distancing rules will need to be put in place.
Wednesday night’s episode was the lowest-rated episode in the entire franchise history with just 253divided with a limit of 250 in each section.,000 viewers tuning in across the five metro cities (SydneyThe ministries of health and agriculture, Melbournehealth_sciences, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth).
Thursday night’s episode picked up nationally with 314one-size-fits-all solution.,000 viewers, but the numbers were still down for WA, with 31arenas,000 watching on Thursday night, compared with 33simultaneously trying to reassure Canadians abou,000 on Wednesday night.
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