Resurrection dips again but stays above million mark

Resurrection dips again but stays above million mark
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Resurrection has stayed above the magic million mark again as its storyline of loved-ones mysteriously returning from the dead continues to enthral.

The Seven drama pulled in 1.388 million viewers last night and was Tuesday night’s third most watched program, according to OzTam’s preliminary metro ratings.

While the program has stayed above the million mark its numbers have dropped slightly each week. It debuted to just under two million people before dropping to 1.547 million last week.

Seven had the evening’s most watched show with My Kitchen Rules (1.672 million) beating Nine’s The Block: Fans v Faves (1.487 million).

Ten’s primary channel share dropped below 10% again last night. With just two top 20 programs the network’s primary channel won 9.5% of all free-to-air television viewers last night.

Overall Ten won 13.7%.

The result put Ten in third place in the commercial FTA TV stakes and fourth overall.

Seven won the night on a total 34.3% with 27.3% going to its main channel.

Nine sat in second place on a total 30.8% with 25.6% for its primary channel.

The ABC followed on a combined 16.4% with 11.7% going to ABC1. SBS was in last place on a total 4.8% with 3.9% for SBS ONE.

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