New Bluey episodes draw massive numbers
Ratings: 458,000 for Bluey on ABC KIDS. Today & News Breakfast rise. Australian Survivor hits a high.
And they say kids don’t watch TV anymore….
In a time of crisis Bluey has emerged as a hero for families, with new episodes drawing a whopping 458,000 on ABC KIDS. That was more than the high profile documentary Revelation amongst others…
Once again News drew big audiences. Seven News was #1 at 1.15m / 1.06m, ahead of Nine News at 997,000 / 983,000.
At Breakfast time Today had its best numbers in two years at 246,000 while News Breakfast broke another record of 238,000 (171,000 , 67,000). Sunrise still won at 287,000.
Married at First Sight 1.07m won at 7:30pm followed by 7:30 (823,000), Australian Survivor (728,000 a season high), Foreign Correspondent (597,000), My Kitchen Rules (468,000).
Later a Nine News COVID-19 special was 637,000 then Revelation (456,000), The Latest (369,000), NCIS (258,000) and Insight (228,000).
Nine network won Tuesday with 30.5% then Seven 23.9%, ABC 19.8%, 10 17.5% and SBS 8.4%.
Elsewhere, Nine shows were A Current Affair (850,000) and Hot Seat (464,000 / 305,000)
On Seven it was Home and Away (606,000) and The Chase (587,000 / 372,000).
ABC News won its slot with 880,000 for ABC. The Drum drew 228,000.
The Project was 512,000 / 338,000 for 10 then 10 News First (511,000 / 302,000).
On SBS it was Great Alaskan Railroad Journeys (272,000), SBS World News (156,000), Dateline (138,000), Mastermind (95,000) and The Feed (59,000).
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 17 March 2020