Nine wins Tuesday with Block, Andy Lee.

Nine shows led from 7pm on Tuesday. New ABC series debuts low.

Nine was again a winner last night with shows leading from 7pm while a new show on ABC debuted low.

The Block topped entertainment at 855,000 metro viewers.

That was well ahead of 7:30 622,000 then SAS Australia 586,000 and The Masked Singer 573,000 (reveal: 654,000). Back to Nature drew 307,000.

Later The Hundred with Andy Lee drew 505,000 then The Cheap Seats (358,000), and Travel Guides (301,000).

Nine network won Tuesday with 31.1% then Seven 27.3%, 10 18.5% ABC 15.4% and SBS 7.7%.

Seven News was #1 at 1.11m / 1.06m for Seven. Home & Away was 608,000 then The Chase (567,000 / 352,000). The Latest was 207,000 with The Disappearance of William Tyrrell at 206,000 in 2 cities and movie Love at First Bark was 165,000 in 3 cities.

Nine News was 1.04m / 907,000 for Nine. A Current Affair won at 807,000 then Hot Seat (493,000 / 319,000).

The Project was (536,000 / 318,000) for 10. 10 News First was 376,000 / 256,000 then NCIS (135,000 / 128,000).

ABC News drew 793,000 for ABC. The School That Tried to End Racism was low at 256,000 then The Drum (225,000) and How to Live Younger (179,000).

On SBS Who Do You Think You Are? (184,000), SBS World News (176,000 / 109,000),Insight (161,000) and Dateline (103,000).

ABC News at Noon led multichannels at 161,000.

Sunrise: 251,000
Today: 242,000
News Breakfast: 132,000 / 76,000

In Total TV lifts last Tuesday were:

Australian Gangster: 720,000
The Block: 1.44m
The Masked Singer: 952,000
Juanita: A Family Mystery: 473,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 21 September 2021

5 Responses

  1. I really enjoyed The Cheap Seats last night. It’s a quality program that seemingly has a lot of research and preparation into it. I appreciated the wit of the hosts. I’m still confused as to why the dog picked up a knife in the final clip though it was hilarious and was hoping for another Pacific Update.

    1. Oh god that dog absolutely cracked me up. That was the best finish to a show in a long time.

      The Cheap Seats is great, honestly just wish it wasn’t up against The Hundred. They both deserve to have separate timeslots not up against each other.

          1. Yes, I agree. Andy Lee is up against The Cheap Seats. Andy Lee is also respected and appreciated from the Hamish and Andy days from both radio and television. I understand that Andy Lee also has a good and prominent following and fan base. I suppose that is the effect of program competition. But then again, there is also now on demand and streaming.

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