What? No Olympics in the headline? We’re as shocked as you are, but Tuesday night saw the end of Nine’s Beauty and the Geek reboot.
The grand final itself peaked at 588,000 viewers according to OzTAM’s metro data, while the winner announcement fared better with 665,000 viewers.
Nine will now be gearing up for The Block, which premieres this coming Sunday.
Out on the very top was Seven News, which scored 1,403,000 viewers, followed by the evening Tokyo coverage, which had 1,143,000.
Next was Nine News with 1,061,000.
The rest of the Olympics coverage went as follows: the night had 1,016,000 viewers, the afternoon had 812,000, late night had 772,000, late afternoon had 601,000 and morning had 520,000. Remember to check out the daily highlights in B&T‘s Tokyo wrap!
Seven again saw success with The Chase, which had 762,000 viewers.
On Nine, A Current Affair had 720,000 viewers while Hot Seat had 507,000, and on 10, Australian Survivor had 595,000.
Finally for the ABC, ABC News had 757,000 viewers and 7.30 had 561,000.
Seven (all channels) had a flat 50 per cent of the total daily share, while the Nine Network had 20.1 per cent and Network 10 had 14.3 per cent. The ABC TV Network had 10.8 per cent while the SBS Network had 4.8 per cent.
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