TEN scored second place last night as Nine continues to struggle with Reno Rumble.
The show drew another dismal 370,000 viewers, fourth in its timeslot with My Kitchen Rules at more than three times its audience. From next week it moves to a post 8:30pm slot, where it will continue to struggle.
TEN’s best performer was NCIS at 586,000 which, whilst not stellar numbers, was enough to nab second in its timeslot.
Seven’s new clip show Best Bits premiered to 364,000 viewers -at 10pm it was actually on par with what Nine had at 7:30pm.
Seven Network won with 34.1% then TEN 20.5%, Nine 20.2%, ABC 17.3% and SBS 7.8%.
My Kitchen Rules drew 1.37m for Seven then Seven News (1.14m / 1.1m), Home and Away (848,000), Seven Year Switch (826,000), The Chase (624,000 / 402,000) and Best Bits (364,000).
NCIS was best for TEN on 586,000. The Project was 577,000 / 451,000, Bondi Rescue was 522,000, Territory Cops was 516,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 512,000 and NCIS: LA was 500,000.
Nine News (1.02m / 989,000) led for Nine followed by A Current Affair (908,000), Hot Seat (551,000), Reno Rumble (370,000) and movies in various cities What Happens in Vegas (179,000) / Knight and Day (104,000).
ABC News (836,000), 7:30 (658,000), Catalyst (625,000), Keeping Australia Alive (577,000), Foreign Correspondent (418,000) and Antiques Roadshow (321,000).
On SBS it was FIFA World Cup Qualifier (312,000), Great Continental Railway Journeys (244,000 in 4 cities) and SBS World News was 115,000.
The Morning Show: 170,000 / 121,000
Today Extra: 127,000 / 86,000
Studio 10: 62,000 / 39,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 29 March 2016