Nine leads viewing from 7pm on Tuesday

Seven News, ACA, MAFS and The Hundred were all timeslot winners on Tuesday.

Nine led viewing on Tuesday from 7pm onwards.

Married at First Sight topped entertainment as always at 848,000 metro viewers.

That was ahead of Australian Survivor (516,000), 7:30 (453,000), a one hour debut of Back in Time for the Corner Shop (387,000) and We Interrupt this Broadcast (290,000).

Later The Hundred with Andy Lee pulled 364,000 outranking The Good Doctor (185,000), Queerstralia (178,000), NCIS (151,000 / 73,000) and Insight (90,000).

Nine network won Tuesday with 33.0%, then Seven 23.9%, 10 18.3%, ABC 17.1% and SBS 7.6%.

Nine News was 757,000 / 729,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (644,000) and Hot Seat (352,000 / 221,000). Nine News Late was 212,000.

Seven News was #1 at 860,000 / 859,000 for Seven then The Chase (508,000 / 322,000) and Home & Away (461,000). Quantum Leap was 102,000.

The Project drew 318,000 / 195,000 for 10. 10 News First was 242,000 / 142,000.

ABC News pulled 579,000 for ABC. The Drum (115,000) and Kweens of the Queer Underground (106,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (127,000 / 114,000 ),  Who Do You Think You Are? (79,000), Mastermind (67,000) and Dateline (65,000).

Call the Midwife on 7TWO led multichannels at 107,000.

Sunrise: 210,000
Today: 197,000
News Breakfast: 92,000 / 49,000

In Total TV numbers last Tuesday were:

Married at First Sight: 1.91m
The Good Doctor:
Australian Survivor:
NCIS: 281,000
Home & Away:
We Interrupt this Broadcast:

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 7 March 2023.

11 Responses

  1. . . . . 2 weeks late, but anyway; Thank you David for specially mentioning Call the Midwife rating and that it led the multichannels. Excellent news. Do you know or have an idea of when we get to see season 12? Is it in April? ie when the show resumes filming for s13? The UK saw the s12 finale 2 weeks ago??? on Sunday. This is probably the 2nd best medical show ever on tv. My list is MASH, Doc Martin, Call the Midwife, and The Good Doctor. All brilliant shows in their own right. As for the ‘comedy’ shows, most of them rubbish. All seem to promote mocking and toilet humour. The Project seems to be going downhill fast.

  2. I watched the first two episodes of We Interrupt this Broadcast on the 7Plus app to give it a go but most of it is so bad. There were a handful of cleverer skits or mildly funny moments but a lot of it was just stupid or resorted to lame potty humour. It is a pity because there is a gap for comedy shows and I loved the older skit shows like Full Frontal etc when I was growing up. Plus a lot of these reality shows are ripe for parodying. But unless there is a huge improvement in the quality, I can’t see the show lasting too long.

  3. So WITB down around 1/4 of the viewers from last week which isn’t unusual the follow-up audience to a new show but gee Channel 7 lagging behind on a Tuesday night with those numbers.

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