Tuesday TV Wrap: Almost Half A Mil Escape With Joanna Lumley To The Caribbean On ABC

Tuesday TV Wrap: Almost Half A Mil Escape With Joanna Lumley To The Caribbean On ABC
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A decent 450,000 people tuned in to watch the debut of Joanna Lumley’s Hidden Caribbean on the ABC Tuesday night, according to OzTAM metro numbers.

In the BBC docuseries, Lumley explores two of the most enigmatic countries in the Caribbean to uncover their hidden gems, starting her adventure in the Cuban capital Havana and finishing in the vibrant country of Haiti.

Over at 10, 975,000 viewers tuned in to MasterChef, while Seven’s Big Brother had 695,000 eyeballs, according to OzTAM metro numbers. Nine’s Hot Seat did a high 620,000.

In terms of primary channel share, Seven won with 18.4 per cent, Nine did 17.6 per cent, 10 came in with 15.1 per cent, ABC did 12.2 per cent, and SBS did 6.0 per cent.

Here’s how the rest of the night ran.

Seven 

News did 1.19m, The Chase did 695,000 and Home and Away did 669,000.

Nine

News did 1.19m, ACA did 767,000, Parademics did 546,000 while RBT did 398,000.

10

The Project did 560,000 and 10 News First did 476,000.

ABC

Over at the ABC, news did 820,000, 7.30 did 588,000, and Foreign Correspdonent did 532,000.

SBS

A showing of Who Do You Think You Are? drew in 403,000 viewers.

All channels share

Seven came in first across all channels share with 26.0 per cent, Nine followed on 25.4 per cent, 10 did 21.8 per cent, ABC enjoyed 16.8 per cent, and SBS did 10.0 per cent.

Demographic breakdown (all channels) 

People 25-54

  1. 10 – 28.7 per cent
  2. Seven – 27.4 per cent
  3. Nine – 24.7 per cent

People 16-39

  1. 10 – 31.6 per cent
  2. Seven – 28.9 per cent
  3. Nine – 22.9 per cent

 

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