ABC’s first of three Stargazing Live events drew an audience of 585,000 last night, enough to land in front of TEN & Nine offerings, so a fairly good result.
The windswept show had to do some heavy lifting after the low lead-in from Todd Sampson’s Life on the Line. At 328,000 it had improved on last week, but is still under-performing in its timeslot.
MKR was untouched, at 1.3m viewers it was up on last Tuesday’s 1.24m. The Big Bang Theory pulled 755,000 for its second episode but Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics could not move TEN out of 5th, still trailing Great Continental Railway Journeys.
Travel Guides UK edition was well down on the Australian adaptation, behind NCIS.
There was good news for Sunrise with a San Fransisco edition outranking Today at Burleigh Heads.
Seven network won Tuesday with 32.7% then Nine 25.6%, TEN 17.6%, ABC 16.6% and SBS 7.5%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 with 1.3m viewers for Seven then Seven News (1.06m / 1.02m), Home and Away (780,000), The Chase (644,000 / 381,000) and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares. The last ever episode of Bones drew just 212,000.
Nine News (1.04m / 1.03m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (917,000), The Big Bang Theory (755,000 / 692,000), Hot Seat (498,000 / 314,000) and Travel Guides UK (416,000). Movie: We’re the Millers was just 185,000.
The Project (558,000 / 336,000) was best for TEN then TEN Eyewitness News (527,000), NCIS (432,000), NCIS: Los Angeles (371,000), Family Feud (358,000) and Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics (322,000).
ABC News (746,000), Stargazing Live (585,000), 7:30 (506,000), Todd Sampson’s Life on the Line (328,000), Pointless (247,000) and Foreign Correspondent (235,000) comprised ABC’s night.
Great Continental Railway Journeys (396,000), Insight (292,000), SBS World News (136,000) and Dateline (133,000) made up the night for SBS.
Peppa Pig ruled multichannels again with 211,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 120,000 /
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 4 April 2016.