Multichannel boost, Seven wins Tuesday.

Erratic late night Wimbledon coverage may have drawn a backlash but the numbers helped give Seven a win on Tuesday.

Coverage on 7TWO drew a 7.6% share at up to 270,000 viewers.

Meanwhile a penultimate episode of The Voice won its slot at 790,000 ahead of MasterChef Australia (645,000), House Rules (563,000) and 7:30 (485,000).

Also lifting network share was the second day of SBS World Movies channel at 1.3%, up from the launch day of 0.8%.

Nine led in primary channels but Seven network won Tuesday with 31.3% then Nine 28.7%, 10 18.0%, ABC 12.6% and SBS 9.4%.

Seven News was #1 with 1.09m / 1.02m for Seven then The Chase (653,000 / 410,000) and Home and Away (649,000). Andrew Denton: Interview was 400,000. True Stories drew 184,000.

Nine News (933,000 / 924,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair was 778,000 then Hot Seat (566,000 / 352,000) and The Big Bang Theory (285,000).

The Project pulled 498,000 / 281,000 for 10. 10 News First was 387,000 then Todd Sampson’s Body Hack (304,000), Celebrity Name Game (260,000). An NCIS replay was 152,000.

ABC News (633,000), Ask the Doctor (307,000), The Drum (192,000), Blue Water Empire (185,000) and Stephen Fry in Central America (132,000) comprised ABC’s remaining shows.

On SBS it was Every Family Has a Secret (252,000), Insight (231,000), 100 Vaginas (154,000) and SBS World News (141,000).

Sunrise: 256,000
Today: 200,000
News Breakfast: 108,000 / 47,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 2 July 2019

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