The Nine Network had an easy ratings victory on Tuesday thanks to Australian Ninja Warrior ranking as the night’s number one entertainment show while Nine’s main channel coverage of the ICC World Cup Semi Final was the number one sport on offer.
The Ninjas however couldn’t match their Monday debut number of over one million metro viewers, dropping to 879,000 last night. However, this was still a timeslot winner in total people and key demographic groups ahead of MasterChef on 10 with 630,000 and Seven’s House Rules on 552,000.
Top programs for the networks were
Nine News 877,000 and 883,000
Australian Ninja Warrior 879,000
A Current Affair 788,000
Hot Seat 516,000 and 306,000
Seven News 1,059,000 and 993,000
The Chase Australia 658,000 and 393,000
Home And Away 644,000
House Rules 552,000
Andrew Denton: Interview 347,000
True Stories 198,000
The Latest 116,000
Masterchef Australia 630,000
The Project 7pm 508,000 and 272,000
10 News First 387,000
Todd Sampson’s Bodyhack 278,000
Celebrity Name Game 247,000
NCIS 128,000 and 99,000
ABC News 605,000
Ask The Doctor- 280,000
Louis Theroux: Extreme Love - Dementia 213,000
Blue Water Empire 190,000
The Drum 183,000
Every Family Has A Secret 279,000
SBS World News 139,000
SBS World Movies’ Mr Holmes rated 48,000.
At breakfast, Today was down to a low 183,000 with Sunrise on 256,000 ahead in all markets.
Wimbledon on 7Two had 148,000 (early) and 146,000 (late) with the following main channel coverage rating 163,000.
ICC Cricket on Nine had 344,000 and 128,000 (innings break). The 9Gem coverage earlier had 204,000 with 54,000 for the Pre-Match.
Tour De France on SBS had 132,000 and 50,000 (late).