Home & Away tops entertainment, The Summit finale wins slot.

Wins for Seven News, The Cheap Seats and a season high for Who Do You Think You Are?

Nine had a number of timeslot wins on Tuesday, but it was Seven that still emerged atop the ratings peak.

Home & Away topped entertainment at 835,000 in National TV Audience.

The Summit finale (finally) won its slot at 665,000 just eclipsing 7:30 (638,000), MasterChef Australia (635,000) then Dream Home (535,000) and a good result for Who Do You Think You Are? at 366,000 on SBS.

Later The Cheap Seats led at 540,000 then Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things and Clarkson’s Farm (both 396,000), The Good Doctor (321,000) and Insight (229,000).

Seven News was #1 at 1.39m with The Chase (735,000). Ambulance Code Red managed 184,000.

Nine News averaged 1.21m for Nine with wins by A Current Affair (999,000) and Tipping Point (760,000). Outback Opal Hunters drew 212,000.

The Project pulled 380,000 for 10 then 10 News First (374,000) and Deal or No Deal (345,000). NCIS was 214,000.

ABC News scored 912,000. Hard Quiz (422,000), Secret Science (259,000), Antiques Roadshow (248,000) and The Art Of (120,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (221,000 / 164,000), Dateline (137,000) and MasterMind (108,000).

Sunrise: 396,000
Today: 344,000
News Breakfast: 244,000

National Total TV: Tuesday 4 June 2024

One Response

  1. Cheap seats really seems to be hitting its stride in both content and ratings recently. Shows what happens when you stick with a timeslot and let something build.

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