The Hundred strong in Tuesday slot

Insight returns tops viewing on SBS. Wins for Seven News, ACA and Married at First Sight.

Married at First Sight was again tops in National TV Audience averaging 1.66m on Tuesday.

Next in the slot were Australian Idol (746,000), 7:30 (644,000), Australian Survivor (571,000) and Back Roads (513,000).

Later The Hundred with Andy Lee led with 769,000 easily in front of Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (369,000) and Better Date than Never (276,000).

A Current Affair (1.08m) outranked Nine News (1.06m) then Tipping Point (602,000) a win for Nine. Nine News Late did well at 404,000.

Seven News won with 1.27m then Home & Away (772,000) and The Chase (593,000). First Dates UK managed 178,000.

ABC News averaged 832,000. Whale with Steve Backshall was 205,000 with You Can’t Ask That replayed at 154,000.

The Project drew 346,000 for 10 then 10 News First (315,000) and Deal or No Deal (304,000). NCIS was last in its slot at 103,000 then NCIS: LA (91,000).

The return of Insight topped viewing on SBS at 149,000 then SBS World News (147,000 / 107,000), Who Do You Think You Are? (137,000) and Dateline (82,000).

Sunrise: 368,000
Today: 337,000
News Breakfast: 231,000

National Total TV: Tuesday 5 March 2024

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