Tuesday TV Wrap: Seven Starts To Sweat On Hell’s Kitchen

Tuesday TV Wrap: Seven Starts To Sweat On Hell’s Kitchen
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Seven’s Hell’s Kitchen continues to struggle, with last night’s third instalment managing just 632,000 viewers, according to overnight OzTAM numbers.

Nine’s The Block was again the entertainment show of the evening with just over a million viewers tuning in, while 905,000 hung around for True Story With Hamish And Andy.

On the back of that duo, Nine won last night with 30.5 per cent of the audience share. Seven was second with 28.3 per cent but its 6pm news bulletin did claim the most watched show of the evening with 1.04 million viewers.

Ten managed to reverse recent form and pipped the ABC with 17.9 per cent to Aunty’s 16.7 per cent. While the SBS managed 6.6 per cent.

The House With Annabel Crabb did well for the ABC with 659,000. Both it and Seven’s The Chase (651,000) both managing more eyeballs than Hell’s Kitchen.

Ten’s Shark Tank pulled 477,000 while Nine’s repeats of Kath & Kim had 538,000 viewers.

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