Tuesday TV Wrap: Big Brother Back In The Game, Wins Seven Top Spot Across All Key Demos

Tuesday TV Wrap: Big Brother Back In The Game, Wins Seven Top Spot Across All Key Demos
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Following a few nights of lower numbers, Seven’s Big Brother is back in the game pulling a decent number of eyeballs.

Tuesday night saw 777,000 metro viewers tune in, while the eviction portion garnered 807,000 viewers, according to OzTAM numbers.

Over at Nine, its best entertainment for the night was Hot Seat (641,000), while 10 did the goods with MasterChef (952,000). ABC’s Australian Ocean Odyssey did 375,000.

In terms of primary channel share, Seven won with 19.9 per cent, Nine did 15.9 per cent, 10 came in with 14.6 per cent, ABC did 11.1 per cent, and SBS did 6.4 per cent.

Here’s how the rest of the night ran.

Seven 

News did 1.14m, Home and Away did 704,000 andThe Chase did 663,000.

Nine

News did 1.06m, ACA did 669,000 and Parademics did 447,000.

10

The Project did 575,000, How to Stay Married did 425,000 and 10 News First did 386,000.

ABC

Over at the ABC, news did 766,000, 7.30 did 570,000, and Foreign Correspondent did 412,000.

All channels share

Seven came in first across all channels share with 28.1 per cent, Nine followed on 24.8 per cent, 10 did 20.9 per cent, ABC enjoyed 15.8 per cent, and SBS did 10.4 per cent.

Demographic breakdown (all channels) 

People 25-54

  1. Seven – 28.9 per cent
  2. 10 – 26.1 per cent
  3. Nine – 24.0 per cent

People 16-39

  1. Seven – 30.3 per cent
  2. 10 – 26.4 per cent
  3. Nine – 22.8 per cent

 

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