MAFS too strong for John Cleese Roast. The Hundred wins for Nine.

The Hundred remains well ahead of the competition. SBS Insight edges ahead of NCIS replay on 10.

Tuesday was another winner for Nine with ACA, MAFS and The Hundred giving the network a winning streak.

Married at First Sight was best at 1.49m in National TV Audience.

Next in the slot were 7:30 (671,000), Australian Survivor (603,000), Back Roads (495,000) and The Roast of John Cleese (458,000).

Later The Hundred with Andy Lee led with 659,000, down on last week but still way in front of the competition: Better Date than Never (246,000), Whale with Steve Backshall (211,000), Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (205,000) and Insight (195,000).

Nine News averaged 1.08m for Nine then A Current Affair (1.04m) and Tipping Point (592,000). Nine News Late was 303,000.

Seven News won its slot at 1.28m for Seven. Home & Away was 766,000 then The Chase (623,000). First Dates UK drew 107,000.

ABC News pulled 828,000. Replays of Hard Quiz (253,000) and You Can’t Ask That (148,000) followed.

The Project managed 323,000 with 10 News First at 313,000 and Deal or No Deal (289,000). NCIS replayed to just 106,000 with its first episode in last place behind SBS, then 121,000 for a second.

On SBS it was SBS World News (186,000 / 123,000), Who Do You Think You Are? (165,000) and Dateline (102,000).

Sunrise: 374,000
Today: 304,000
News Breakfast: 240,000

National Total TV: Tuesday 12 March 2024

5 Responses

  1. What’s happening in WA. Tipping Point moved to 4pm and an hour of Nine News First at Five (an original title) at 5pm, then another hour of News at 6?

    1. Seven is King in the West. Strategy could be to erode viewers from Seven’s 6pm bulletin. Jumping the gun at 5pm. Game shows are suppose to build an audience to watch the news on that channel.
      Hot Seat slipping started to see Seven pick up in the eastern markets last year, hence the axe.

  2. Strange in a word. Aussie comedians roasting a British comedy legend. I didn’t bother tuning in and I’m actually surprised the national audience wasn’t lower.

  3. Why on earth would anyone give the go ahead to a Roast of John Cleese. The guy is a legend, but to have Aussie comedians, many second rate “ roast” him is mind numbingly stupid.

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