The Seven Network won its third straight Tuesday, leading in all markets as Nine posted a small increase from the previous week. However, 10 won the key advertising demo groups.
In 25-54 10’s network share was 28.1% with Nine second on 27.1% just ahead of Seven with 26.9%. ABC had 11.8% and SBS 6.1%.
10’s 16-39 demographic share was 30.7% ahead of Seven (26.9%) and Nine (26.7%) while ABC managed 10.6% and SBS 5.1%.
MasterChef topped the night in entertainment shows with one million viewers (time adjusted) leading its timeslot from 7.30 on ABC and Seven’s Tiger King one off special that was just under 500,000. Nine’s Hamish and Andy Perfect Holiday repeat again missed the top 20 with 337,000.
Meanwhile, 10’s How To Stay Married increased its audience from the season premiere to win its timeslot easily accounting for First Dates Australia (431,000 and 252,000) on Seven and Nine’s movie 50 First Dates (187,000).
Other primetime programming outside the top 20
|21||Seven||FIRST DATES AUSTRALIA||341,000|
|22||Nine||HAMISH & ANDY’S PERFECT HOLIDAY -RPT||337,000|
|24||10||10 NEWS FIRST 6PM||315,000|
|26||SBS||GREAT AMERICAN RAILROAD JOURNEYS||308,000|
|29||Seven||FIRST DATES AUSTRALIA-EP.2||252,000|
|31||10||NCIS TUES RPT||224,000|
|36||SBS||SBS WORLD NEWS||195,000|
|38||Nine||50 FIRST DATES||187,000|
|42||ABC||RICHARD LEPLASTRIER - FRAMING THE VIEW-LE||173,000|
|47||Seven||THE LATEST: SEVEN NEWS||164,000|
|54||10||NCIS: LOS ANGELES LATE||146,000|
|80||Nine||NINE NEWS: LATE EDITION -TUE||112,000|
News Breakfast 236,000
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