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The Chase, 7:30, Cheap Seats score on Tuesday.

Seven News and A Current Affair also win slots. SBS into double digits.

TV settled into some mid-week normality last night, with SBS shows becoming more competitive as viewers looked for Reality alternates.

The Chase topped entertainment at 571,000 / 351,000 metro viewers on Tuesday.

7:30 won its slot at 540,000 then MasterChef Australia (481,000), Celebrity Apprentice (401,000), Big Brother (327,000), Space 22 (245,000) and Great British Railway Journeys (215,000).

Later The Cheap Seats led with 325,000 then The Family Court Murders (249,000), The Good Doctor (214,000), Insight (203,000) and Matt Wright’s Wild Territory (203,000).

Seven network won Tuesday with 26.7% then Nine 25.6%, 10 19.5%, ABC 17.7% and SBS 10.6%.

Seven News was #1 at 969,000 / 907,000 for Seven. Home & Away drew 465,000.  The Rookie was 126,000.

Nine News was 866,000 / 866,000 for Nine. A Current Affair won at 696,000 then Hot Seat (429,000 / 256,000). Nine News Late pulled 127,000.

The Project drew 383,000 / 260,000 for 10. 10 News First was 327,000 / 233,000 with NCIS on 165,000.

ABC News was 633,000. The Drum (201,000) and Louis Theroux’s Forbidden America (144,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (159,000 / 133,000), Dateline (118,000), Mastermind (84,000) and The Feed (49,000).

Bluey led multichannels at 131,000.

Sunrise: 251,000
Today: 217,000
News Breakfast: 122,000 / 76,000

In Total TV viewers last Tuesday were:

The Rookie: 336,000
The Good Doctor: 529,000
Big Brother: 857,000
NCIS: 326,000
Travel Guides: 1.01m
The Family Court Murders: 495,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 24 May 2022

4 Responses

  1. Have to agree looking forward to Five Bedrooms tonight. Will be a very interesting landscape next year particularly if networks do finally decide to give up on 15-20 year old reality formats or are we going to have 5 years of All Stars across all reality shows just to flog some dead horses rather then risk change?

    1. ‘Reality’ is not a choice as such for FTA networks-as audiences don’t watch scripted drama or comedy in the numbers needed to justify the expense of buying or making them, they’re left with stuff that’s relatively cheap to make and can be extended to fill up the vast amount of airtime across multiple channels per network.

    1. Has been on pay TV though-likely to reduce the potential audience for FTA-also there’s a very similar British series on ABC at the moment called ‘Life’-not sure whether it was directly copied from ‘5’ but it’s close.

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