ABC, SBS beating rival shows
Ratings: On the Sauce, Brush with Fame, Great Asian Railway Journeys upstaged some commercial offerings.
There are more surprisingly low results given the nation’s second biggest city is in curfew lockdown from 8pm.
Last night an SBS show beat Seven at 7:30, and ABC also beat much of the competition across primetime.
Australian Ninja Warrior won at 7:30pm with 837,000 viewers and topped two demos.
Next were 7:30 (712,000), Anh’s Brush with Fame (685,000), Bachelor in Paradise (521,000 leading youngest demos), Great Asian Railway Journeys (319,000) and America’s Got Talent (311,000).
Later Shaun Micallef’s On the Sauce drew 540,000 which was twice the competition (save for an extended Ninja).
Nine network won Tuesday with 31.5% then Seven 24.1%, ABC 18.6%, 10 17.3% and SBS 8.5%.
Nine News (1.11m / 1.02m) led for Nine. A Current Affair (712,000) and Hot Seat (570,000 / 331,000). Movie: London Has Fallen was 262,000.
Seven News was #1 at 1.19m / 1.15m for Seven. The Chase (644,000 / 392,000) and Home and Away (600,000). An Olympic Games Sydney special drew 221,000.
ABC News won its slot at 878,000. Putin: A Russian Spy Story (280,000) and The Drum (224,000) followed.
The Project drew 564,000 / 363,000 for 10. 10 News First was 421,000 / 265,000. Just for Laughs: Uncut was just 186,000 and NCIS only 148,000.
On SBS it was SBS World News (175,000), Insight (161,000), The Feed (94,000) and Mastermind (85,000).
Bluey led multichannels on 203,000.
News Breakfast: 164,000 / 57,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 4 August 2020