Seven News, Sunrise underpin Seven’s Tuesday
Ratings: How lockdown numbers have seen bit of a shake-up across Breakfast TV.
With the global pandemic changing the number of Australians working and schooling from home, Breakfast television has seen a bit of a shake-up.
At its height, numbers rose for all three shows with Sunrise remaining mostly above 300,000 metro viewers. But while Today also lifted, News Breakfast on ABC has been performing even better across its two channels.
Yesterday Sunrise was 321,000 with News Breakfast at 236,000 (173,000 / 63,000) and Today on 213,000. If anything Today dipped when new dad Karl Stefanovic was off. Last week with David Campbell it averaged 210,000, with the previous two weeks at 221,000 and 225,000 respectively.
Meanwhile in primetime MasterChef Australia drew 999,000 and led the demos. Next were 7:30 (645,000), Tiger King: What Really Went Down? (498,000), Foreign Correspondent (405,000), Hamish & Andy’s “Perfect” Holiday (337,000) and Great American Railroad Journeys (308,000).
Later How to Stay Married drew 439,000 then Catalyst (355,000) and First Dates (341,000 / 252,000).
Seven network won Tuesday with 27.4% then Nine 24.2%, 10 22.9%, ABC 16.2% and SBS 9.2%.
Seven News was #1 at 1.23m / 1.17m for Seven. The Chase was 692,000 / 422,000 then Home and Away (689,000).
Nine News drew 1.12m / 1.06m for Nine then A Current Affair (771,000), Hot Seat (624,000 / 372,000) and movie: 50 First Dates was just 187,000.
The Project was 636,000 / 392,000 for 10. 10 News First was 449,000 / 315,000 and NCIS (224,000).
ABC News won its slot at 861,000. The Drum (264,000) and Richard Leplastrier: Framing The View (173,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (195,000), Insight (173,000), Dateline (134,000), Mastermind (119,000) and The Feed (69,000).
Bluey led multichannels on 227,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 12 May 2020