Commonwealth Games coverage continues its domination of primetime, last night drawing 1.48m / 1.24m on the primary channel.
All the attention remains focussed on the primary channel with 7TWO coverage failing to make the multichannel Top 20 and beaten by 9GEM.
Young Sheldon was again the top entertainment drawcard for the night.
A Seven News (1.02m / 769,000) win helped the network to an easy Tuesday victory with 42.1% then Nine 24.6%, TEN 15.2%, ABC 13.3% and SBS 4.7%.
Nine News (971,000 / 956,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (749,000), Young Sheldon (745,000), The Big Bang Theory (620,000), Hot Seat (573,000 / 352,000) and movie: Skyfall (365,000).
Bachelor in Paradise (676,000) led again for TEN followed by The Project (488,000 / 326,000), TEN Eyewitness News (441,000), Hughesy, We Have a Problem (438,000) and Family Feud (295,000). NCIS: LA was 162,000.
ABC News (633,000), 7:30 (473,000), The Checkout (419,000), Employable Me (400,000), Louis Theroux: Savile (257,000) and Think Tank (190,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Insight (160,000) and The Tsar and Empress: Secret Letters (154,000).
ABC KIDS topped multichannels with Peter Rabbit (180,000).
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 10 April 2018