The Block loses top spot against House Rules

The Block loses top spot against House Rules
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Channel Seven’s reno show House Rules has finally beat Nine’s The Block Sky High – all it took was a big reveal.

The House Rules Reveal episode pulled in 1.540 million viewers last night making it the highest rating show, reveal the Oztam ratings.

Nine News came in second in the top ten shows with 1.419 million viewers, while Seven News took third place with 1.403 million.

The Block Sky High had the fourth highest spot with 1.369 million viewers – unusual for the program which has been grabbing top spots against the news and House Rules for the past week.

The top ten rating programs remains a war between Seven and Nine with ABC the only other network to make it into the cut, grabbing ninth position and 929,000 viewers with the nightly news.

Seven won in audience share last night with 34.1 per cent, while Nine had 28.7 per cent.

The ABC’s audience share got a kick out of Australian Story and Four Corners’ investigative report on the Bangladeshi  clothes production industry, taking its audience share to 18.8 per cent, up from 12 per cent on Sunday.

Masterchef really isn't working for TEN at the moment, with the show grabbing eighteenth place and only 663,000 viewers, and the network took 14.9 per cent of television screens.

SBS had only 3.5 per cent of audiences last night and no shows to make the top 20. 

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