Nine’s gamble that classic Kath & Kim would be a timely acquisition is paying off, attracting more viewers for 9pm reruns then Seven can nab for it’s pricey Hell’s Kitchen Australia or TEN’s Shark Tank.
I guess that bodes well for Russell Coight’s All Aussie Adventures when TEN delivers it next year.
The Block topped the night with 1.07m viewers with ABC second in its slot with The House with Annabel Crabb and 7:30 -both outranked the Seven and TEN offerings.
True Story with Hamish & Andy also won with 904,000 viewers at 8:40pm followed by Catalyst, NCIS and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares.
Seven News and A Current Affair were both timeslot winners.
Nine network won Tuesday with 32.0% then Seven 25.3%, TEN 18.7%, ABC 17.0% and SBS 7.0%.
The Block was #1 with 1.07m for Nine then Nine News 1.03m / 1.02m, True Story with Hamish & Andy (904,000), A Current Affair (900,000), Kath & Kim (553,000 / 420,000) and Hot Seat (530,000 / 303,000). Two Broke Girls was 164,000.
Seven News (1.05m / 982,000) led for Seven followed by Home and Away (660,000), The Chase (639,000 / 401,000), Hell’s Kitchen Australia (527,000) and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares (374,000). First Dates UK was 225,000.
The Project (531,000 / 365,000) was best for TEN then TEN Eyewitness News (510,000), Shark Tank (464,000), NCIS (420,000 / 334,000) and Family Feud (373,000).
ABC News (747,000), The House with Annabel Crabb (620,000), 7:30 (605,000), Catalyst (444,000) and The Farthest (276,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Great American Railway Journeys (349,000), Insight (251,000), Dateline (174,000) and SBS World News (142,000).
Shaun the Sheep showed who’s boss on multichannels once more with 216,000.
The Morning Show: 140,000 / 86,000
Today Extra: 107,000 / 74,000
Studio 10: 91,000 / 87,000 /
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 15 August 2017