X Factor down on 2014, but still tops Tuesday.
Ratings: 1.2m viewers watch as Cyrus Villanueva wins the 2015 title, while Hitting Home offers a confronting alternative.
The announcement of Cyrus Villanueva as X Factor winner was TV’s top rated show last night at 1.2m viewers, helping Seven to win the night.
But there was no escaping the drop from last year’s 1.55m viewers and another loss in the Demos to The Block.
Elsewhere last night ABC’s confronting doco Hitting Home drew 694,000 viewers -a good result given its topic may have been a deterrent.
SBS sank even lower last night, while The Project was best for TEN.
Seven network won with 30.6%, Nine 27.9%, TEN 20.1%, ABC 17.6% and SBS 3.8%.
The X Factor (1.2m / 1.05m) topped the night for Seven then Seven News (950,000 / 904,000), Home and Away (741,000), The Chase (547,000 / 382,000) and Katy Perry: Prismatic World Tour Live (391,000).
Nine News (964,000 / 954,000) led for Nine followed by The Block (960,000), ACA (950,000), and Big Bang Theory (702,000 / 507,000). Hoges: One Night Only repeat(!) was 319,000.
The Project 633,000 / 472,000 was best on TEN. TBL Families was 583,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 524,000, NCIS was 368,000 and NCIS: LA was 324,000.
ABC News (788,000), Catalyst (738,000), 7:30 (697,000), Hitting Home (694,000) and Kevin McCloud’s Man Made Home (344,000) comprised ABC.
On SBS it was British Gardens in Time (169,000), Insight (164,000), SBS World News (92,000) and Dateline (90,000).
ELEVEN’s movie Thor topped multichannels with 273,000.
The Morning Show: 161,000 / 116,000
Mornings: 126,000 / 91,000
Studio 10: 64,000 / 36,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 24 November 2015