This week there were no such distractions. That saw a rise from 645,000 to 734,000 but it still wasn’t strong enough for the timeslot, nor enough to topple The Block‘s 1.19m. With audiences supposedly loving makeovers of everything, it’s a bit of a reminder of how fickle they can be.
Nine network won its third night of the week at 32.1% then Seven 29.4%, TEN 16.8%, ABC 15.5% and SBS 6.2%.
The Block (1.19m) topped the night for Nine then Nine News (1.14m / 1.09m), A Current Affair (1.05m), Hot Seat (638,000), To Catch a Smuggler (613,000) and The Big Bang Theory (406,000 / 333,000).
Seven News (1.06m / 1.04m) was best for Seven then Home and Away (922,000), Winners and Losers (782,000), Bringing Sexy Back (734,000) and Million Dollar Minute (547,000). Chicago Fire was 339,000 / 233,000.
The Project (643,000 / 488,000) was best on TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 614,000. Save with Jamie was 451,000, NCIS was 388,000 and Under the Dome was 303,000.
ABC News (741,000) remains ABC’s strongest outing then 7:30 (647,000), Foreign Correspondent (575,000), The War That Changed Us (505,000), QI (436,000) and At the Movies (324,000).
Lisa McCune’s episode of Who Do You Think You Are? was 412,000 for SBS ONE then Insight (273,000), Dateline (164,000) and SBS World News (139,000).
7TWO’s Crash Investigation Unit (297,000) was best on multichannels.
Please Like Me managed just 74,000.
The Morning Show: 142,000
Studio 10: 63,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 19 August 2014