Wanted rises but Habibs dips on Tuesday
Ratings: ABC's Afghanistan doco also slipped in its second outing. Seven wins Tuesday.
New local shows are still the focus of Tuesday ratings shifts, with good news for Seven.
Wanted lifted in its fourth outing, up from 899,000 last week to 962,000 last night. The show will end next week with a double finale. By contrast Nine’s Habibs slipped from 896,000 to 800,000 -possibly with TEN’s Celebrity running until 9:15 having some impact.
The other new entry, ABC’s doco Afghanistan: Inside Australia’s War also dropped from 489,000 to 375,000.
Seven network won the night with a 33.0% share then Nine 25.4%, TEN 19.2%, ABC 15.8% and SBS 6.7%.
My Kitchen Rules (1.5m) topped the night for Seven then Seven News (1.06m / 1.03m), Wanted (962,000), Home and Away (805,000), The Chase (652,000 / 376,000) and Bones (351,000).
Nine News (999,000 / 935,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (861,000), The Big Bang Theory (811,000 / 675,000), Here Come the Habibs (800,000), Hot Seat (535,000) and Movie: Crocodile Dundee (345,000).
TEN’s line-up ran well past original scheduling so numbers are preliminary: I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here was 688,000, The Project was 560,000 / 401,000, NCIS was 560,000 and NCIS: LA was 347,000 / 192,000 (NB: Celebrity will go up and NCIS down in adjusted figures).
ABC News (789,000), 7:30 (657,000), Catalyst (573,000), Afghanistan: Inside Australia’s War (375,000), Antiques Roadshow (292,000) and Fake or Fortune? (221,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Insight (319,000), Great Continental Railway Journeys (256,000), Dateline (165,000) and SBS World News (143,000).
Peppa Pig was best on multichannels at 208,000.
The Morning Show: 144,000 / 101,000
Today Extra: 130,000 / 97,000
Studio 10: 64,000 / 43,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 1 March 2016