Feelgood TV wins for Nine
Ratings: It's the vibe. Lego Masters & a rerun of The Castle make for a warm & fuzzy night on the couch.
It’s the vibe. Viewers are hibernating with feelgood TV.
News remains high with both Seven & Nine above the magic million, but a Nine double of Lego Masters & a rerun of The Castle both won their slots last night.
Lego Masters drew 1.04m and topped the demos, defeating MasterChef Australia at 908,000.
7:30 (695,000), Foreign Correspondent (577,000) and House Rules (502,000) all followed.
Movie: The Castle later drew 518,000 then Catalyst (378,000), NCIS (376,000) First Dates (288,000) and Insight (243,000).
Nine network won Tuesday with 29.7% then Seven 24.1%, 10 20.5%, ABC 16.5% and SBS 9.2%.
Nine News drew 1.15m / 1.11m for Nine then A Current Affair (864,000). Hot Seat was 565,000 / 335,000.
Seven News was #1 with 1.26m / 1.17m for Seven. The Chase (676,00 / 413,000) and Home and Away (672,000) followed.
The Project drew 610,000 / 379,000 f0r 10. 10 News First was 505,000 / 279,000 and NCIS: LA was 201,000.
ABC News was high at 912,000. The Drum (270,000) and Miriam’s Big Fat Adventure (263,000) also comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Great Canadian Railway Journeys (320,000) SBS World News (233,000), Mastermind (128,000), and Dateline (122,000). The Feed was 52,000.
NCIS topped multichannels at 226,000.
News Breakfast: 169,000 / 61,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 21 April 2020