Sunday TV Wrap: Ultimate Tag Premieres To Play Chasey With The Competition

Sunday TV Wrap: Ultimate Tag Premieres To Play Chasey With The Competition

Sunday evening saw the premiere of Seven’s new game show Ultimate Tag which, as you might expect from the title, is an elite game of tag where every day Australians try to outrun ‘pro-taggers’ in a range of different obstacle courses.

Ultimate Tag secured 447,000 viewers, cementing it as the eighth most-watched TV of the night.

Coming out on top was MAFS with 945,000 viewers, followed by Seven News with 856,000 and Nine News with 783,000.

Nine’s 60 Minutes had 722,000 viewers, beating ABC News at 604,000.

In entertainment, 10’s The Amazing Race performed second best after MAFS, with 461,000. It just beat Ultimate Tag.

The rest of the ABC”s night saw Grand Designs New Zealand secure 429,000 viewers while Harrow had 382,000. Silent Witness nabbed 271,00 viewers, Insiders had 254,000, and Landline had 212,000.

Seven ran film Kingsman: The Secret Service to 281,000 viewers, while for 10, 10 News First had 260,000 while The Project recieved 369,000.

Nine (all channels) had thirty-four per cent of the daily share, followed by Seven (all channels) with twenty-three per cent. 10 (all channels) had seventeen percent, the ABC (all channels) had fifteen per cent and SBS (all channels) had eight per cent.




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