The Block beats Masked Singer, Today tops Sunrise.
Nine reality series too strong for 10's grand final sing-off, and an upset in breakfast.
Tuesday saw Nine won all timeslots from 7pm, and manage an upset at breakfast.
The Block was again 893,000, upstaging The Masked Singer‘s grand final at 648,000 (rising to 771,000) for the reveal of Anastacia as Vampire.
They were ahead of 7:30 on 594,000, then SAS Australia (565,000) and The Greek Islands with Julia Bradbury (379,000).
Later The Weakest Link won its slot at 533,000 then The Cheap Seats (370,000), Australia: Now & Then (302,000), Travel Guides (298,000) and The School That Tried to End Racism (248,000).
Meanwhile Today‘s 246,000 outranked Sunrise (238,000) and News Breakfast (107,000 / 87,000).
Nine Network with 30.5% then Seven 26.4%, 10 19.8%, ABC 15.4% and SBS 7.9%.
Nine News (958,000 / 945,000) was best for Nine. A Current Affair won its slot with 778,000 then Hot Seat (403,000 / 259,000).
Seven News was #1 at 1.04m / 1.03m for Seven. Home & Away drew 614,000 then The Chase (516,000 / 336,000). SWAT was just 138,000 -last in its slot.
The Project pulled 476,000 / 240,000 for 10. 10 News First was 325,000 / 193,000 with NCIS on just 157,000.
ABC News scored 733,000 for ABC. How to Live Younger (197,000) and The Drum (177,000) followed.
On SBS it was Great American Railroad Journeys (197,000), SBS World News (158,000 / 109,000), Insight (137,000) and Dateline (110,000).
ABC News Mornings led multichannels at 158,000.
In Total TV lifts last Tuesday were:
SAS Australia: 1.14m
The Block: 1.44m
The School That Tried to End Racism: 431,000
The Masked Singer: 903,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 5 October 2021