Night 2 for Reno Rumble managed an improvement on its premiere, up by 58,000.
But even at 453,000 the show was still fourth in its timeslot and dragged down the network share for the night.
That’s not enough for everyone to breathe a sigh of relief, while the network maintains the show is staying put. Nine could still make changes for the return of survey (Sunday April 3) without it impacting on annual share -the only problem is: with what?
Nine’s loss was ABC’s gain with shows moving into #2 in their timeslots, while NCIS also benefitted for TEN.
Seven again ruled the night with MKR while Seven Year Switch dropped 98,000 but won its slot at 760,000.
Seven network won with 32.2% then Nine 22.6%, TEN 19.3%, ABC 19.1% and SBS 6.8%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 with 1.41m viewers for Seven then Seven News (1.00m / 906,000), Seven Year Switch (760,000), Home and Away (742,000) and The Chase (614,000 / 384,000). Bones was 238,000.
Nine News (977,000 / 908,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (796,000), Hot Seat (530,000) and Reno Rumble (453,000). Movie Knight and Day was 182,000 in 3 cities and Titanic was 132,000 in 2 cities.
NCIS (598,000) was second in its slot for TEN. The Project was 585,000 / 446,000, Bondi Rescue was 540,000, Territory Cops was 529,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 505,000 and NCIS: LA was 480,000.
ABC News (830,000) won its slot for ABC while 7:30 (679,000) and Catalyst (669,000) were second in theirs. Keeping Australia Alive pulled 450,000, down by 50,000, and Foreign Correspondent was 430,000.
On SBS it was Insight (346,000), Great Continental Railway Journeys (282,000), Dateline (205,000) and SBS World News (126,000).
Peppa Pig popped on mutlichannels at 281,000.
The Morning Show: 138,000 / 129,000
Today Extra: 115,000 / 100,000
Studio 10: 70,000 / 39,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 22 March 2016
Update: Reno Rumble will be adjusted to 401,000.