Seven ruled all prime-time slots on television again last night, only coming second best in the hour-and-half news bracket to Nine.
Seven’s Packed to the Rafters won 8.30pm and was Tuesday evening’s second most watched program with an audience of 1.199 million.
Ten’s NCIS attracted 561,000 viewers against the family-friendly drama while Nine’s movie Killers was not featured in the top 20.
Home and Away took 7pm with 926,000 viewers and RSPCA Animal Rescue at 7.30 was hot on heels of The Biggest Loser: The Next Generation.
The Biggest Loser dropped below the million mark to sit in seventh place with an audience of 922,000 while Animal Rescue had 901,000 viewers.
Nine News took top spot overall with an audience of 1.2 million and A Current Affair took 1.003 million.
Nine beat its competitor with Seven News watched by 1.111 million and Today Tonight by 942,000.
Ten News at Five was watched by 637,000 people.
Seven took the largest share of all free to air viewers with 23.1%, ahead of Nine’s 17.5% and Ten’s 14.9%.
The ABC won 13.7% and SBS took 5.6%.
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