Nine takes hold of Tuesday viewing

Nine shows led slots from 7pm. Racism series on ABC slips in second week.

From 7pm last night everything went Nine’s way, winning successive timeslots.

The Block again led entertainment and the demos at 840,000, down slightly on last Tuesday.

It was still well in front of SAS Australia at 592,000, The Masked Singer on 545,000 (rising to 653,000 for the reveal of Ella Hooper), 7:30 (518,000), Back to Nature (288,000) and Great American Railroad Journeys (239,000).

Later The Hundred with Andy Lee drew 459,000 then The Cheap Seats (326,000), Travel Guides (293,000), Australia: Now & Then (284,000) and The School that Tried to End Racism dipped to 254,000.

Nine network won Tuesday with 30.7% then Seven 27.3%, 10 18.8%, ABC 14.8% and SBS 8.4%.

Nine News (967,000 / 957,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair won its slot at 802,000 then Hot Seat (475,000 / 294,000).

Seven News was #1 at 1.09m / 1.07m for Seven. Home & Away was 604,000 then The Chase (526,000 / 313,000). SWAT returned with just 107,000.

The Project was 495,000 / 299,000 for 10. 10 News First pulled 376,000 / 241,000. NCIS managed 159,000.

ABC News drew 693,000 for ABC. The Drum (185,000) and How to Live Younger (171,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (189,000 / 153,000), Insight (169,000) and an earlier edition of The Feed (67,000).

Bluey led multichannels at 151,000.

Sunrise: 247,000
Today: 240,000
News Breakfast: 134,000 / 75,000.

In Total TV lifts last Tuesday were:

SAS Australia: 1.17m
The School That Tried to End Racism: 466,000
The Block: 1.43m
The Masked Singer: 929,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 28 September 2021

4 Responses

  1. Tipping Point at 329,000 beat most of the 8:30 pm shows.

    (Assuming it wasn’t pre-empted in some states) that’ll give some stations something to ponder.

  2. Nine winning ever day so far this week so far. With no AFL and big numbers to start next week with NRL grand final Sunday looking good for two weekly wins in a row.

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