The sixth season of ABC’s Anh’s Brush With Fame premiered on Tuesday night as comedian and Archibald finalist Anh Do painted TV presenter and designer Jamie Durie.
According to OzTAM’s metro data, the show had a viewership of 509,000.
The rest of the season will see him paint familiar faces like singer Missy Higgins, Midnight Oil lead singer, activist and politician Peter Garrett and former Justice of the High Court Michael Kirby.
At the top of the ratings rankings was MAFS, which had 1,031,000 viewers, followed by Seven News with 971,000 and Nine News at 929,000.
A Current Affair was next with 755,000 viewers while ABC News and 7.30 followed with 671,000 and 588,000 respectively.
Home And Away had a good night, scoring 516,000 viewers for Seven, while Anh’s Brush With Fame beat The Chase, which had 496,000.
Next was the finale of ABC’s Exposed: The Ghost Train Fire, which exposed a potential motive for the tragic fire. The episode had 478,000 viewers.
For 10, The Project had 432,000 viewers while 10 News First had 324,000.
Over at Nine, Hot Seat had 409,000 viewers and Botched had 339,000 viewers.
Finally, for Seven Britain’s Got Talent: Best And Worst secured 324,000 viewers braving the extreme second-hand embarrassment. The Good Doctor had 262,000 viewers.
Nine (all channels) won overall with 33 per cent of the daily share, followed by Seven (all channels) with 23 per cent. The ABC Network came third with 18 per cent, just beating Network 10 at 16 per cent.
The SBS secured just under eight per cent of the share.