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Farmer, Home & Away give Tuesday to Seven.

An easy win on Tuesday for Seven. The Cheap Seats debut wins its 9pm timeslot.

Seven comfortably claimed Tuesday night with Farmer Wants a Wife (767,000) and Home & Away (738,000) the top two entertainment shows of the night.

Australian Survivor drew 730,000, then 7:30 (647,000), Beauty & the Geek (607,000), Ms. Represented with Annabel Crabb (585,000).

Later The Cheap Seats debuted to 435,000 (10 notes this will be adjusted to 460,000), then The Rookie (347,000 / 243,000), The Weakest Link (278,000) and Catalyst (276,000).

Seven network won Tuesday with 32.2% then Nine 24.0%, Seven 21.2%, ABC 15.5% and SBS 7.2%.

Seven News was #1 at 1.26m / 1.16m for Seven. The Chase  was 641,000 / 422,000.

Nine News (1.2m / 1.1m) was best for Nine. A Current Affair won its slot at 778,000. Hot Seat was 571,000 / 368,000. A Kath & Kim special was just 168,000.

The Project drew 575,000 / 380,000 for 10. 10 News First was 444,000 / 297,000. Nath Valvo: The Pony Show was just 117,000.

ABC News was 768,000 for ABC.  The Drum (198,000) and And We Danced (132,000) followed.

Who Do You Think You Are? was 290,000 for SBS then SBS World News (189,000 / 132,000), Insight (152,000), Mastermind (91,000) and Dateline (80,000).

ABC News at Noon and Outback Truckers both tied at 178,000 on multichannels.

Sunrise: 269,000
Today: 246,000
News Breakfast: 126,000 / 99,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 20 July 2021

13 Responses

  1. Yeah like most of the other comments, The Cheap Sheets was better than expected. Good to see some different talent on screen. I felt is was like a scripted and tight “The Panel” which is probably right for the current times given the other panel shows around. It was just those different camera angles: just no need for them – so distracting. Other than that….Well done Working Dog team.

    1. Wanted to comment earlier today and forgot (working from home/home schooling got in the way of TVT reading). I totally agree with you. 30 minutes would have been long enough. The guest panellist were probably not needed. First segment very strong but got bored towards end. I am sure it will improve over time. Good debut figures.

  2. I liked The Cheap Seats. I thought it was a good debut. Better than I had expected. It had elements of The Panel and drive time radio, and it has a point of difference compared to the quiz aspects of HYBPA? I’m also impressed at the collation of a considerable amount of humorous content. It’s safe to say that I would tune in again.

  3. I liked The Cheap Seats. Very funny until they got to the sports guy then I got a bit bored with it. Only other complaint I have is the annoying camera coming in from the side and Melanie keeping her attention to the front.
    Hope it goes well, we need a good laugh.

    1. I did notice that it did lose a bit of momentum towards the end. It’s an hour show and the decline in energy towards the tail end of the show could be a thing to look at for continuity and interest retention.

    2. Agree. Good start. Many laugh out loud moments. Hosts have good chemistry. I thought it was more HYBPA without questions. Hope it gains market.
      Yes the camera angles were distracting, I guess they were trying to be”arty” or creative, but it looked messy and uncontrolled!!

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