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.
News Breakfast: 120,000 / 34,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 19 March 2019.