Nine makes a splash with Australian Swimming Trials

Tipping Point tops entertainment. Cheap Seats & Socceroos help 10 finish third on Tuesday.

Ahead of the Games in Paris, Nine will be encouraged that last night its swimming trials dominated their timeslot -although Nine was still pipped in network share overall by Seven.

Australian Swimming Trials won their slot at 739,000 for Nine then 7:30 (662,000), MasterChef Australia (640,000), Dream Home (581,000) and Who Do You Think You Are? (284,000).

Later at various times were The Cheap Seats (489,000), Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things (414,000), The Good Doctor (304,000) and Insight (192,000).

Seven News was #1 at 1.38m. Home & Away was 785,000 then The Chase (696,000). Ambulance: Code Red managed 169,000.

Nine News drew 1.23m with A Current Affair (1.09m) and Tipping Point leading entertainment (800,000). Movie rerun The Dish was 285,000.

The Project drew 363,000 for 10 then 10 News First (347,000), Deal or No Deal (326,000) and Football: Socceroos v Palestine (214,000).

ABC News was 938,000. Hard Quiz was 437,000 then Antiques Roadshow (249,000), Secret Science (248,000) and The Art Of (139,000).

SBS World News (204,000 / 151,000), Dateline (151,000) and Mastermind (126,000).

Sunrise: 376,000
Today: 340,000
News Breakfast: 253,000

National Total TV: Tuesday 11 June 2024

One Response

  1. Seven are struggling across the board, even AFL has been challenged by NRL at times! Oh boy. Lucky they have Perth and regional for those sweet sweet shares. 10 competitive and Deal is rising. Kudos to Nine, a dream year, before Olympics has even begun

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