NCIS has lifted Ten’s ratings again, winning a top 10 place for the network with 870,000 viewers.
The drama sat in eighth place night, helping to lift Ten’s total share to 20% up from Monday evening’s 12.9%.
Ten’s primary channel won 13.6% of all free-to-air viewers, according to OzTam’s preliminary metro ratings.
Last week’s NCIS was watched by 775,000 people.
Other top 20 Ten shows included Ten Eyewitness News (601,000), NCIS: Los Angeles (517,000) and The Project (482,000).
Seven won the night again, taking a total 33.5% share with 24.2% for its main channel.
Dancing with the Stars pulled in 1.165 million viewers. The only other top 10 Seven shows were Seven News (1.17 million) and Home and Away (926,000).
Nine sat on a total 23.4% with 16.7% for its primary channel. Big Brother won over 916,000 viewers.
The ABC toot a total share of 17% with 12.1% going to ABC1.
SBS had 6.1% and 5.3% for SBS One.
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