Talent to the top as Seven wins Tuesday
Ratings: Seven's talent show thumped housemates and cooking and puts Nine's Australia's Got Talent in a very precarious position this weekend.
Seven’s talent show thumped housemates and cooking and puts Nine’s Australia’s Got Talent in a very precarious position this weekend, when they go head to head.
Seven won all timeslots from 6pm onwards.
Seven network was 32.0% then Nine 24.7%, TEN 20.3%, ABC 18.3% and SBS 4.7%.
The X Factor (1.48m) again topped the night for Seven followed by Seven News (1.31m), Today Tonight (1.08m), Home and Away and Winners & Losers (both 1.02m), Deal or No Deal (563,000) and Movie: Bad Teacher (528,000). Go On was 134,000.
Nine News (1.25m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (1.04m), Big Brother (880,000), The Great Australian Bakeoff (675,000), Hot Seat (644,000) and The Bible (425,000).
Under The Dome is still doing some of TEN’s best business at 881,000. MasterChef Australia was 803,000, TEN News was 690,000, The Project was 632,000, NCIS: LA was 560,000 and The Simpsons was 399,000.
ABC News pulled out a 1.00m figure, second in its slot. Next for ABC1 were New Tricks (770,000), 7:30 (729,000), Kitchen Cabinet (663,000), Australian Encounters (521,000), At the Movies (457,000) and Restoration Man (361,000).
On SBS ONE it was Insight (267,000), Who Do You Think You Are? (245,000), World News Australia (187,000) and Dateline (135,000).
We have a new multichannel champ in ABC2’s Kioka (358,000). Eskimos rule over rabbits….
Seven News at Seven: 73,000
Nine News at 7:00: 55,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 6 August 2013