News Breakfast beats Today, but Nine wins primetime.
Ratings: It's a rumble at breakfast time. Seven News, ACA, MAFS & Paramedics all win slots.
News Breakfast on ABC has beaten Nine’s Today in the battle at breakfast.
Today hit a new low for 2020 survey at 173,000, trailing News Breakfast at 177,000 (135,000 / 42,000 across two channels). Sunrise was dominant on 272,000 -99,000 ahead of its traditional rival.
But Nine had a win in primetime winning from 7pm, with a better slice of the MAFS audience staying put for an Observational afterwards.
Married at First Sight was again #1 with 1.01m and topped the demos.
Australian Survivor (630,000), 7:30 (520,000), My Kitchen Rules (461,000), Foreign Correspondent (400,000) and Great Australian Railway Journeys (373,000) all followed.
Paramedics won later at 627,000 then Griff’s Great Australian Trip (489,000 from 8:30pm), NCIS (276,000), Insight (232,000 from 8:30pm) and Gold Digger (211,000).
Nine network won Tuesday with 30.1% then Seven 24.5%, 10 19.8%, ABC 16.4% and SBS 9.2%.
Nine News was 858,000 / 848,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (769,000). Hot Seat was 432,000 / 264,000 and Chicago Med was 211,000.
Seven News was best for Seven at 951,000 / 931,000 then Home and Away (575,000), The Chase pulled 508,000 / 301,000.
The Project drew 449,000 / 263,000 for 10. 10 News First was 369,000 / 236,000. NCIS: LA was 148,000.
ABC News was 691,000 for ABC. Rick Steins’s Road to Mexico drew 269,000 and The Drum was 178,000.
Also SBS were Why Do I Put on Weight? (158,000) and SBS World News (113,000).
NCIS on 10 BOLD led multichannels at 175,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 18 February 2020