Wimbledon serves up Tuesday win for Seven

6pm news bulletins and MasterChef Australia were the big drawcards last night but a late Wimbledon run helped Seven seal a Tuesday win.

MasterChef Australia pulled 848,000 viewers and topped the demos, well ahead of House Rules on 673,000 then Buying Blind and 7:30.

It was a bunfight from there but Shark Tank led in rankings at 515,000 ahead of Back in Time for Dinner, Interview, Insight and a movie on Nine.

By about 10pm Wimbledon was serving up 337,000, only challenged by FIFA World Cup.

Seven News, ACA and The Chase won earlier slots.

Seven network won with 29.2% then Nine 27.3%, TEN 19.8%, ABC 15.4% and SBS 8.2%.

Seven News was #1 with 1.04m / 986,000 then Home and Away (734,000), House Rules (673,000), The Chase (633,000 / 382,000), Interview (448,000) and Wimbledon (337,000).

Nine News (1.01m / 976,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (864,000), Buying Blind (599,000), Hot Seat (554,000 /322,000). Movie: Ocean’s Thirteen was 212,000.

MasterChef Australia (848,000) won for TEN followed by The Project (526,000 / 371,000), Shark Tank (515,000), TEN Eyewitness News (444,000), and Family Feud (340,000). NCIS: LA was 220,000.

ABC News (685,000), 7:30 (502,000), Back in Time for Dinner (477,000), Making Child Prodigies (355,000), Think Tank (226,000) and The Big Crash Diet Experiment (215,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Insight (246,000), Who Do You Think You Are?  (240,000), FIFA World Cup (178,000), Dateline (152,000) and SBS World News (129,000).

7mate’s Highway Patrol topped multichannels with 242,000. Love Island was 201,000.

The Morning Show: 119,000 / 89,000
Today Extra: 99,000 / 55,000
Studio 10: 76,000 / 59,000 / 49,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 3 July 2018

11 Comments:

  1. wellinmyopinion

    David, is it correct that only 21,000 watched Ocean’s Thirteen? I am not 100% sure what time it started but that is a very low figure.

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