Nine News tops Tuesday but Seven takes the night
Updated:: Nine News wins nationally including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane but Seven wins Tuesday.
Updated: Nine News continues its healthy performances with a rare, national win over Seven News. Was it all buoyed by the breaking news on Schapelle Corby (and if so, why did this benefit Nine?)?
It was the #1 show of the night with 1.37m viewers ahead of Seven News on 1.27m. Nine won in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane while Seven took honours in Adelaide and Perth.
A Current Affair (1.18m) also defeated Today Tonight (1.12m) nationally with wins also in Sydney, Melbourne and Brissy.
But it was Seven which won the night overall with its line-up including Packed to the Rafters (1.24m), Once Upon a Time (1.16m), Home and Away (924,000), Deal or No Deal (660,000), Missing (621,000 / 491,000) and The Price is Right (347,000).
Nine’s other performers included The Big Bang Theory (1.27m / 955,000), The Block (1.26m), 2 Broke Girls (779,000 / 711,000), Hot Seat (695,000) and Survivor (351,000 / 239,000).
Modern Family was best for TEN on 1.03m. Masterchef was 1.03m, Bikie Wars was 905,000, TEN News was 822,000 and The Project 6:00pm was 517,000.
ABC News was 953,000 for ABC1 then Foreign Correspondent (673,000), 7:30 (656,000), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (650,000).
Who Do You Think You Are? was 258,000 on SBS ONE, Insight was 207,000 and World News Australia was 164,000.
Neighbours was 338,000 on ELEVEN.