X Factor marks the ratings spot for Seven
Ratings: The X Factor is now nearly 500,000 in front of Nine's Big Brother and nearly 900,000 in front of MasterChef Australia.
The Seven show pulled 1.51m viewers, down slightly from Monday but nearly 500,000 in front of Nine’s Big Brother and nearly 900,000 in front of MasterChef Australia.
Seven network won the night with a 31.9% share then Nine 26.4%, ABC 18.6%, TEN 18.3% and SBS 4.8%.
Seven News was 1.3m for Seven then Today Tonight (1.14m), Home and Away (1.06m), Winners and Losers (1.02m), How I Met Your Mother (680,000 / 588,000), Deal or No Deal (515,000) and Go On (215,000).
Nine News (1.3m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (1.09m), Big Brother (1.04m), The Great Australian Bakeoff (722,000), Hot Seat (663,000), The Bible (432,000) and The Mentalist (152,000).
ABC News (988,000) led ABC1 followed by New Tricks (865,000), 7:30 (756,000), Kitchen Cabinet (751,000), Australian Encounters (544,000), At the Movies (473,000) and Restoration Man (367,000). Lateline was 154,000.
Under the Dome (834,000) was best for TEN. TEN News was 693,000, MasterChef was 616,000, The Project was 571,000, NCIS: LA was 522,000, The Simpsons was 332,000 and TEN Late News was 207,000.
SBS ran a marathon repeat of Go Back to Where You Came From but did not recode with OzTAM so the numbers are incorrectly titled as Dateline (221,000), Insight (206,000), Who Do You Think You Are? (179,000) which means the audience was highest for the third hour. World News Australia was 175,000.
Shaun the Sheep rules multichannels (again) with 326,000.
The Morning Show: 148,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 30 July 2013