Tuesday TV Wrap: 10’s Survivor Captures Australia’s Attention, While Paramedics Does The Goods For Nine

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10’s Survivor: All Stars captured the attention of the nation last night as 630,000 viewers tuned in, according to OzTAM metro numbers.

Meanwhile, over at Nine, Paramedics did well with 627,000 views (of course MAFS did well too, but that’s nothing new).

Seven’s best entertainment of the night was Home and Away on 575,000, while the ABC’s Griff’s Great Australian Rail did a decent 489,000. SBS’s Great Australian Railway Journeys did a little below average with 373,000 views.

Here’s how the rest of the night ran.

Nine

News did 848,000, MAFS did 1.05 million and Hot Seat did 432,000.

10

The Project did 449,000 and 10 News First did 361,000.

Seven 

News did 951,000, The Chase did 508,000 and MKR did 461,000.

ABC

Over at the ABC, news did 691,000, 7.30 did 520,000 and Foreign Correspondent did 400,000.

All channels share

Nine came first with 30.1 per cent audience share, Seven followed on 24.5 per cent, 10 came in third with 19.8 per cent, ABC did 16.4 per cent and SBS did 9.2 per cent.

Primary channel share

Nine did 24.3 per cent, Seven did 16.1 per cent, 10 did 13.2 per cent, ABC came in with 11.8 per cent and SBS did 6.4 per cent.

Demographic breakdown (all channels) 

People 25-54

  1. Nine -35.1 per cent
  2. 10 – 25.4 per cent
  3. Seven – 21.6 per cent

People 16-39

  1. Nine – 36.6 per cent
  2. 10 – 25.9 per cent
  3. Seven – 21.2 per cent

 

 

 

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