NCIS saving grace as Biggest Loser drops from top 20 for Ten

NCIS saving grace as Biggest Loser drops from top 20 for Ten

The Biggest Loser: The Next Generation shed another 100,000 viewers and slipped out of the top 20 shows of the night for Ten, rating just 15th in the 18-49.

According to the preliminary OzTam overnight report the show which aired from 7.30pm – 8.30pm got just 499,000 viewers in the capital cities, down from 597,000 on Monday.

This compares to 1.755m for My Kitchen Rules on Seven in the same time slot, and 1.526m for Nine’s The Block: All Stars which aired for an hour from 7pm.

However, NCIS, on from 8.30pm, managed to garner 758,000 viewers to be Ten’s most watched show on the night, picking up against Seven’s Packed to the Rafters (1.352m) and beating Nine’s 2 Broke Girls in the 9pm slot.

Seven dominated the night’s viewing with a 29.5% channel share, compared to Nine’s 21.1%, Ten’s 12.7%, pipping ABC1 with 12.1%.

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