MasterChef above magic million, Seven wins Tuesday.
Ratings: Nine's decision to rest Lego Masters on Tuesdays sees them trail SBS at 7:30.
Nine’s decision to pull Lego Masters from 3 to 2 nights a week last night cost them top honours, as the network slipped to third in ratings share.
MasterChef Australia easily won its slot, lifting to 1.08m viewers and topping the demos.
Next were 7:30 (747,000), House Rules (479,000), Foreign Correspondent (461,000), Great Canadian Railway Journeys (352,000) with a repeat of Hamish & Andy’s Perfect Holiday at just 299,000.
But viewing also dropped thereafter with an NCIS repeat at 370,000, then Catalyst (332,000 from 8:30pm) and First Dates (324,000).
Elsewhere it was a battle in the game shows with The Chase (678,000 / 412,000) and Hot Seat (640,000 / 380,000) -Nine’s best numbers in four years.
Seven network won Tuesday with 26.5% then 10 23.4%, Nine 23.2%, ABC 17.0% and SBS 9.8%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.31m / 1.23m for Seven and Home and Away (673,000).
The Project was high at 704,000 / 449,000 for 10. 10 News First drew 483,000 / 347,000. NCIS: LA was 194,000.
Nine News was best for Nine at 1.15m / 1.07m then A Current Affair (782,000). Movie: Central Intelligence was 254,000.
ABC News won its slot with 870,000. Miriam’s Big Adventure drew 271,000 and The Drum was 260,000.
On SBS it was SBS World News (218,000), Insight (171,000), Dateline (106,000) and Mastermind (128,000).
Bluey led multichannels at 198,000.
News Breakfast: 179,000 / 50,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 29 April 2020