MKR tops entertainment, Seven wins Tuesday.

Seven News, ACA, MKR and The Cheap Seats all scored victories on Tuesday.

Seven’s revived MKR had a victory last night topping entertainment at 567,000 metro viewers -a win nobody saw coming?

That was ahead of The Block‘s 559,000, which still led key demos, then 7:30 (462,000), Kitchen Cabinet (384,000), Shark Tank (261,000) and Great British Railway Journeys (161,000).

Later The Cheap Seats led with 316,000 then The Hundred with Andy Lee (304,000), RFDS (283,000) and Lily’s Life Hacks (201,000).

Seven network won Tuesday with 32.0% then Nine 27.7%, 10 16.3%, ABC 15.1% and SBS 8.9%.

Seven News was #1 at 912,000 / 882,000 then The Chase (472,000 / 308,000), Home & Away (497,000), Ambulance Code Red (113,000).

Nine News (803,000 / 772,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (664,000), Hot Seat (358,000 / 228,000) and Love Triangle (108,000).

The Project (316,000 / 185,000), 10 News First (219,000 / 162,000), Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers (110,00) and NCIS just 69,000.

ABC News was 542,000 for ABC. Makers of Modern Australia (138,000) and The Drum (135,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (145,000 / 124,000), Insight (129,000) Dateline (106,000).

7mate’s Outback Truckers led multichannels at 100,000.

Sunrise: 220,000
Today: 200,000
News Breakfast: 102,000 / 45,000

In Total TV numbers last Tuesday were:

RFDS: 792,000
The Block: 1.16m
MKR: 886,000
Home & Away: 895,000
Kitchen Cabinet: 634,000
Shark Tank: 397,000
The Cheap Seats: 505,000
The Hundred with Andy Lee: 572,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 12 September 2023.

10 Responses

      1. Yes I was surprised to see that and I was clearly wrong. It will be interesting to see if MKR can maintain its lead over The Block when 7 day catch up viewing figures are released next Wednesday.

  1. Seven’s promo team “feel good” delivering the goods again (no pun intended) and good casting? I caught the “Twindians” in a late night encore on weekend and ended up watching 30min, they were great, fascinating.

  2. I admire 10s idea of different shows every night rather than a block of nights. I know catch up helps some to watch it whenever but if l dont sit to watch a show when l do I never seem to watch it later on catch up. Sometimes it hard to commit to 4-5 nights of same time viewing.

    1. That’s two nights in a row MKR has surpassed The Block. That said, Nine would be happy that it’s scoring in key demographics. But in any event, a win is a win. Like others, I am surprised by MKR’s ratings.

    2. The way the toxic antics on this year’s block is heading (looking at you producers to allow it to continue), is prompting viewers to turn off; so the ratings are no surprise.

      I am a Block viewer from series one, who normally enjoys watching the show (and the antics), but last night’s episode made me feel very uncomfortable in the airing of the actions of two certain contestants – I myself feel like just watching the show now for the Sunday night reveals & judging.

      Thank you.

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