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Travel Guides wins slot but Manhunt helps Seven

Ratings: Nine rules from 7 -10pm. Travel Guides bigger than MKR. Game shows finish neck and neck.

Nine’s primetime dominance continues, last night ruling viewing from 7 – 10pm.

For the second week in a row Travel Guides had a bigger audience at 768,000 than MKR earlier. Manhunt debuted to 593,000 for Seven, a higher figure than The Good Doctor finale last Tuesday.

As usual Married at First Sight was #1 and topped the demos with 1.31m viewers. My Kitchen Rules was second in its slot at 746,000 -both up on last Tuesday.

7:30 (564,000) and Foreign Correspondent (457,000) took a combined third with Ambulance Australia in fourth at 405,000. All increased with the exception of FC.

Nine network won Tuesday with 35.6% then Seven 28.2%, ABC 16.0%, 10 13.6% and SBS 6.6%.

Nine News drew 892,000 / 880,000 for Nine with A Current Affair on 775,000, Hot Seat at 463,000 / 285,000 and True Story with Hamish & Andy (286,000).

Seven News (919,000 / 900,000) won its slot for Seven. The Chase was 478,000 / 324,000 and The Resident (193,000).

ABC News (683,000), The Cult of the Family (445,000), Louis Theroux: Dark States (207,000) and The Drum (201,000) comprised ABC’s other shows.

The Project (449,000 / 403,000) led for 10. 10 News First was 339,000 then NCIS (278,000), NCIS: LA (196,000 / 119,000) and Pointless (169,000).

On SBS it was Great Continental Railway Journeys (201,000), Insight (196,000), Dateline (112,000) and SBS World News (120,000).

ABC KIDS Kazoops (156,000) topped multichannels.

Sunrise: 265,000
Today: 202,000
News Breakfast: 120,000 / 34,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 19 March 2019.

16 Responses

  1. Have to say I’m really surprised by this, I thought Manhunt would do better & I’m not much of a fan of Travel Guides. The people in it are awful, maybe it’s another case of trash tv rating well. I wonder though with the Christchurch attacks dominating the news over the last week maybe that’s influenced people not wanting to watch so much crime shows & going for light entertainment instead

    1. Melbourne I think. That would seem logical as they were Australian Rules players. I think I heard Beaumaris mentioned at one point. Pretty sure nearly all of the Chase contestants are from Melbourne unless otherwise stated, hence why they usually don’t reveal where they are from.

  2. Ambulance is such a wonderfully made production, it’s a real shame more aren’t watching it. These everyday people are the real heroes, not wannabe celebrities who “get married” just to get more Instagram followers.

      1. Overexposed perhaps? All the re-runs and changing time slots on weekends I don’t think help.

        Luckily 10 have changed Friday and Saturday programming as of last week to movies there now.

    1. Why bother on Tuesday when you know 10 will repeat it some 3-4 times in the next 6 days. Sat night, Sun night, Tues afternoon. Will catch it Sat night to avoid NSW election coverage on others.

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