ABC shows had another night of upstaging commercial offerings from Seven and TEN, landing second in their timeslots at 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm and 8:30pm last night, but the night again belonged to Nine.
The Block drew 1.04m ahead of The House with Annabel Crabb / 7:30, Hell’s Kitchen, Shark Tank and Great American Railroad Journeys.
True Story with Hamish & Andy won its timeslot but was down by 138,000 viewers. It was enough to stay ahead of Catalyst, NCIS and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA and Insight.
Seven News and ACA were both winners, with Nine dominant across the demos for the night.
Nine network won Tuesday with 29.6% then Seven 25.9%, TEN 20.2%, ABC 16.8% and SBS 7.5%.
The Block was best for Nine with 1.04m then Nine News (960,000 / 929,000), A Current Affair (824,000), True Story with Hamish & Andy (766,000) Kath & Kim (476,000 / 393,000) and Hot Seat (469,000 / 249,000).
Seven News was #1 for Seven with (1.05m / 982,000), followed by Home and Away (702,000), The Chase (626,000 / 419,000), Hell’s Kitchen Australia (540,000) and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (390,000). First Dates UK was 203,000.
The Project (553,000 / 358,000) led TEN’s night then TEN Eyewitness News (471,000), Shark Tank (461,000), NCIS (442,000 / 299,000) and Family Feud (359,000).
ABC News (725,000), The House with Annabel Crabb (603,000), 7:30 (575,000), Catalyst (492,000) and City in the Sky (284,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Great American Railroad Journeys (333,000), Insight (317,000), Dateline (187,000) and SBS World News (144,000).
Shaun the Sheep‘s winning streak on multichannels continues at 247,000.
Today Extra: 131,000 / 85,000
The Morning Show: 120,000 / 82,000
Studio 10: 81,000 / 76,000 /
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 22 August 2017