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Seven News, The Voice lead Tuesday race.

Ratings: Seven topped the news battle again last night but Nine led in entertainment.

The Voice was the top entertainment show last night and topped older demos at 915,000 viewers, up on last Tuesday’s 856,000.

That was well ahead of MasterChef Australia topping the younger demo with 611,000, 7:30 (557,000) and House Rules (544,000).

Who Do You Think You Are? with Casey Donovan on 271,000 couldn’t match last week’s 479,000 featuring Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki.

Nine led from 7pm to 9:30pm when Seven took the lead for just over half an hour, then 10 took the front.

Nine network won Tuesday with 29.8% then Seven 28.0%, 10 18.5%, ABC 15.1% and SBS 8.7%.

Nine News led for Nine at 967,000 / 958,000. A Current Affair pulled 792,000 then The Big Bang Theory (597,000 / 405,000), Hot Seat (539,000 / 320,000) and Timeless (174,000).

Seven News was #1 at 1.07m / 1.02m for Seven. Home and Away drew 733,000 then The Chase (635,000 / 396,000), Andrew Denton: Interview (458,000) and God Friended Me (179,000).

The Project was 474,000 / 313,000 then 10 News First (405,000), Mr. Black (304,000), NCIS (241,000) and Celebrity Name Game (266,000),

ABC News was best for ABC at 711,000. The Recording Studio drew 322,000 then Absolutely Champers (267,000), The Drum (206,000) and The Big Crash Diet Experiment (149,000).

On SBS it was Insight (239,000), Dateline (155,000), SBS World News (151,000) and Mastermind (122,000).

7mate’s Outback Truckers led multichannels at 189,000.

Sunrise: 275,000
Today: 199,000
News Breakfast: 115,000 / 33,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 28 May 2019

10 Responses

  1. Who Do You Think You Are? with Casey Donovan was excellent (as has been this whole series)..
    Watching Casey connect with her aboriginal family, was very moving….
    I watch The Recording Studio on iview.

  2. Celebrity Name Game seems to be doing well, having higher ratings than Pointless did. I wonder if it will last though. If it does, good on Ten. If not, maybe try Press Your Luck? The US version is getting revived soon.

    1. Getting higher numbers than pointless wouldn’t be hard and is not what you want to set your benchmark at. Instead compare it to what other channels are rating at the same time.

  3. The Project’s numbers seem to be lifting slightly each night. Well done. I’m also really enjoying our version of Celeb Name Game. Craig Ferguson was good but Grant is on par in my opinion. They seem to be pushing some ‘adult’ humour with their jokes as well, nice to be a bit cheeky sometimes!

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