Tuesday proved to be a tough night for the ABC with low numbers for the return of Foreign Correspondent despite a well-made doco on a Palestinian football team scoring against the odds.
On social media some Seven viewers were looking for answers on the absent How to Get Away with Murder, but Seven managed to lift its numbers with Gordon Ramsay.
Just two titles cleared the magic million last night.
Seven Network won the night with 32.9% then Nine 27.9%, TEN 19.4%, ABC 13.4% and SBS 6.5%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 with 1.42m viewers for Seven then Seven News (988,000 / 951,000), Home and Away (785,000), Ramsay’s Del Costa Nightmares began well on 719,000 and Million Dollar Minute was 425,000. Grey’s Anatomy was 231,000 / 162,000.
Nine News was 1.02m / 957,000 for Nine then The Big Bang Theory (965,000 / 741,000 / 572,000), The Block (886,000), A Current Affair (819,000), Hot Seat (587,000) and 2 Broke Girls (342,000 / 234,000).
The Project was 641,000 / 481,000 on TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 579,000 then NCIS (575,000), Bondi Rescue (520,000), NCIS: LA (493,000) and Gold Coast Cops (423,000).
ABC News (811,000) led ABC then 7:30 (592,000) but Foreign Correspondent struggled on 366,000, then Antiques Roadshow (365,000) and Would I Lie to You? (247,000).
Royal Cousins at War (344,000), Insight (240,000), Dateline (175,000) SBS World News (152,000) made up the night for SBS ONE.
Neighbours topped multichannels on 241,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 14 April 2015