The launch of Channel Seven’s latest attempt at relationship TV, The Super Switch , launched to just 308,000 viewers across the five mainland capitals.
That compared with the 1 million watching The Voice on Nine and 655,00 for MasterChef on 10 . ABC’s 7.30 with 501,000 and SBS’s Who Do You Think You Are? on 393,000 pushed put the show to fifth place in the 7.30 timeslot.
The result saw Nine’s network share up almost 4 points from last Tuesday to 33.1% with Seven dropping to 25.5%. 10 (18.5%) and SBS (9.1%) also improved but ABC (8.9%) recorded its lowest Tuesday result of the survey.
Top programs for the night were
Nine News 1,003,000 And 977,000
A Current Affair 837,000
The Big Bang Theory 638,000 and 402,000
Hot Seat 594,000 and336,000
Seven News 1,176,000 and1,086,000
Home And Away 683,000
The Chase Australia 659,000 and411,000
Andrew Denton: Interview 459,000
Masterchef Australia Tues 655,000
The Project 7pm 519,000 and302,000
10 News First 424,000
ABC had two entries in the top 20 with ABC News 665,000 and 7.30 501,000 with Who Do You Think You Are? doing well for SBS with 393,000.
|Outside the top 20|
|Celebrity Name Game||10||274,000|
|The Recording Studio||ABC||265,000|
|NCIS Tues Rpt||10||201,000|
|NCIS Tues Ep 2 Rpt||10||191,000|
|God Friended Me||Seven||170,000|
|Stephen Fry In Central America Rpt||ABC||163,000|
|News Breakfast||ABC||118,000 and 41,000|
|Some afternoon results|
|The Bold And The Beautiful||10||233,000|
|Seven News At 4.30||Seven||224,000|
|Seven News At 4||Seven||197,000|
|Nine’s Afternoon News||Nine||156,000|