Score one for drama production with 800 Words topping the ratings last night.
Seven’s drama drew 1.19m viewers for its second episode. The dip of just 27,000 was not huge, and not unexpected for second episodes. Generally they are even bigger.
Seven had a good night out with X Factor and Seven News both winning their timeslots.
TEN’s TBL Families was up slightly on its Monday performance, at 534,000 but is down 196,000 compared to last Tuesday. Life Story lifted by 56,000 for Nine.
Ray Martin’s Who Do You Think You Are? episode was a season high for SBS on 465,000.
Seven network won with 32.3% then Nine 26.3%, TEN 18.1%, ABC 16.7% and SBS 6.6%.
800 Words (1.19m) topped the night for Seven then The X Factor (1.09m), Seven News (1.07m / 1.01m), Home and Away (791,000), The Chase (642,000 / 443,000) and Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (532,000). Chicago Fire was 239,000.
Nine News (1.03m / 994,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (1.03m), The Block (858,000), David Attenborough’s Life Story (555,000) and Hot Seat (543,000). CSI was 275,000.
The Project (616,000 / 445,000) led for TEN. TBL Families was 530,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 529,000, NCIS was 348,000 and NCIS: LA was 319,000.
ABC News was 815,000 on ABC. Next were 7:30 (691,000), Restoration Australia (611,000), Foreign Correspondent (482,000), Antiques Roadshow (329,000) and The Cambodian Space Project (185,000).
Who Do You Think You Are? finished on a high 465,000 for SBS then Dateline (223,000), Insight (215,000) and SBS World News (144,000).
ABC2’s Peg + Cat topped multichannels with 275,000.
The Morning Show: 150,000 / 105,000
Mornings: 122,000 / 95,000
Studio 10: 72,000 / 44,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 22 September 2015