Farmer Wants a Wife leads entertainment on Tuesday

Tuesday saw a three-way tussle by 7:30, Lego Masters and MasterChef Australia.

Farmer Wants a Wife lifted on Tuesday to 1.01m in National TV Audience and topped entertainment.

Locked in a three-way tussle were 7:30 (691,000), Lego Masters (689,000) and MasterChef Australia (649,000),

Later The Front Bar averaged 525,000 then Miriam Margolyes: Impossibly Australian (520,000), Clarkson’s Farm (383,000) and NCIS (325,000 / 151,000).

Seven News was #1 at 1.4m then Home & Away (891,000) which was second highest in entertaionment, and The Chase (665,000). Talking Footy was 199,000 and Unbelievable Moments Caught on Camera was 111,000.

Nine News drew 1.16m with wins by A Current Affair (998,000) and Tipping Point (705,000). Opal Hunters: Red Dirt Road Trip was 219,000.

ABC News pulled 864,000. Hard Quiz (387,000) and Creative Types with Virginia Trioli (320,000) and Shakespeare: Rise of a Genius (185,000) followed.

The Project was 353,000 for 10 with 10 News First (341,000) and Deal or No Deal (335,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (196,000 / 141,000). Great British Railway Journeys (128,000), Insight (122,000), Dateline (121,000) and Mastermind (89,000).

Sunrise: 372,000
Today: 350,000
News Breakfast: 244,000

National Total TV: Tuesday 23 April 2024

4 Responses

  1. When the Professor had his debut episode, it thumped the dross known as Tipping Point. I could only survive two minutes. I don’t understand the appeal. And of course Tipping Point Australia is doing well. The Chase Australia has had nine consecutive years of ratings supremacy. Tipping Point will experience something similar until Seven has a new game show to take it on. Everything that goes up must come down. I’m just glad Seven News hasn’t had its number one status challenged.

    1. You realise that is your opinion (which you are entitled to), but ratings don’t lie, clearly many love Tipping. I still prefer Chase (the final chase is some of the best few minutes of appointment viewing on telly and there was a cracker this week), but I’m not dissing TP. And I think not just the format and Aussie-style, but the host in Woodbridge and crew deserve a lot of praise too.

      1. I never said the ratings don’t lie. I tuned into Tipping Point Australia. I didn’t like it. That is my take. But others clearly love it, and the ratings convey this. I love The Chase Australia and Larry Emdur and will follow the show for however long it is on the air.

  2. Wow, Tipping Point 700+ again. Perth must be a winner for Nine these days.

    Amazing how The Chase through everything, Double Trouble, The Speedy American guest, New Professor and also spotlight Anne Hagerty push….but despite it all, losing in the cities by quite a lot.

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