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TBL Families lifts for TEN, Seven wins Tuesday.

Ratings: TBL Families tops TEN's night while 800 Words again scores for Seven.

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If there was any real real surprise on a fairly routine Tuesday it was this: TBL Families saw a big lift from the previous week.

Last Tuesday it was just 486,000 viewers. Last night it was 628,000. Was it all due to a promo on warring trainers -and will it sustain for the network?

Once again 800 Words was the top entertainment show of the night at 1.03m for Seven, up by 10,000 on last week.

The Block won its timeslot at 983,000 viewers, up from 969,000.

ABC’s Making Families Happy had a disappointing debut at 395,000 viewers.

Seven network won with 31.0% then Nine 29.4%, TEN 18.6%, ABC 16.1% and SBS 5.0%.

800 Words (1.03m) was best for Seven then Seven News (1.01m / 946,000), The X Factor (965,000), Home and Away (762,000), The Chase (619,000 / 393,000) and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (468,000).

Nine News (1.07m / 1.04m), The Block (983,000), A Current Affair (978,000), The Big Bang Theory (938,000 / 709,000), Hot Seat (572,000) and Movie: The Castle (396,000).

TBL Families has topped TEN at 628,000 viewers. The Project was 582,000 / 465,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 542,000, NCIS was 340,000 and NCIS: LA was 330,000.

ABC News (841,000), 7:30 (746,000), Catalyst (599,000), Making Families Happy (395,000), Antiques Roadshow (301,000) and Breaking the Silence (274,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Who Do You Think You Are? (235,000), Insight (202,000), Dateline (135,000) and SBS World News (126,000).

7TWO’s Foyle’s War led multichannels at 264,000.

The Morning Show: 173,000 / 117,000
Mornings: 108,000 / 87,00
Studio 10: 63,00 / 43,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 27 October 2015.

13 Responses

  1. I enjoy the biggest loser eps more when temptation is on. I know there is a prize up for grabs but I never understand why they take it. They are there to learn how to resist the bad food. Plus they know the trainer will go nuts.

  2. The only reason the tv got turned on last night was to catch up on the previous nights episode of Greys Anatomy which was on far too late on Monday night. Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays are just crap nights of tv these days. I liked this season of greys so far and it was quite good how they did Baileys first day as chief.

    Why is it that a rerun of big bang on Monday night gets a promo for the next rerun 7 are airing but the brand new episode of greys that followed didn’t get a promo for the next brand new episode?

    1. TBBT is new to Seven, so they want to make sure its fans know it’s on, get them watching the first ep and hanging around till 10:30pm. They just spent a fortune on it show want to get maximum viewers (and do maximum damage to Nine in 18-39s) for their money.

      And of course 681k first ep of TBBT v 193K for Greys late at night.

  3. Last night’s Big Bang Theory was pretty pedestrian; the writers are really phoning it in with that ep. It needs a big shake-up – a baby; a new roommate, something to propel it along a bit more. When you’ve got such good performers it is a shame to see it be so lazy. Nearly a million viewers here and squillions in America; i guess they needn’t bother.

    1. Cousin Gazoo? Oliver, a tiny spaceman that only Sheldon can see?

      The only example I can think of that worked ever was Dawn in Buffy, though that was a subverted joke that tied in to the whole storyline…

    2. Big Bang ain’t what it used to be – this season is very lame and seems more and more dumbed down as they progress. Now the nerdy jokes are almost gone replaced with more replaced with more relationship-based issues and humour – it is almost becoming more like Friends now.

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