MAFS and Travel Guides score on Tuesday

Ratings: Travel Guides hit a new season high for Nine as network claims another weeknight.

Travel Guides hit a new season high for Nine at 788,000 last night, defeating the season finale of  The Good Doctor on 549,000.

ABC doco The Cult of the Family was competitive at 510,000 from 8:30. NCIS on 10 drew 257,000.

Married at First Sight continued at #1 and topping the demos at 1.25m viewers ahead of My Kitchen Rules at 728,000.

ABC shows 7:30 (556,000) and Foreign Correspondent (512,000) put ABC third in the slot leaving Ambulance Australia in fourth at 393,000.

Nine network won Tuesday with 34.6% then Seven 27.4%, ABC 16.1%, 10 14.5% and SBS 7.4%.

Nine News was 867,000 / 855,000 for Nine followed by A Current Affair (778,000) and Hot Seat (459,000 / 277,000). True Story with Hamish & Andy was 285,000.

Seven News won its slot with 956,000 / 911,000. Home & Away was 617,000 then The Chase (556,000 / 360,000). The Resident was 233,000.

ABC News pulled 691,000 for ABC. The Drum drew 190,000 and Forces of Nature with Brian Cox at 184,000.

The Project was best for 10 with 443,000/ 274,000. 10 News First was 373,000. Pointless was 222,000 and NCIS: LA was 186,000.

On SBS it was Insight (210,000), Michael Portillo’s Abandoned Britain (207,000), and Dateline (198,000).

Dino Dana on ABC KIDS topped multichannels at 157,000.

Sunrise: 269,000
Today: 190,000
News Breakfast: 115,000/40,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 12 March 2019

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  1. I watched Ambulance Australia…then streamed Al Jazeera English…the only time I watch The Drum (well listen) is early AM on ABC News….when the use to show AlJazeera News and BBC News shows….now it just a wasteland of repeats…ad nauseam

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