Tuesday TV Wrap: Gruelling SAS Finale Sees Just 3 Celebs Pass The Final Test

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The gruelling finale of SAS Australia may have seen three celebs pass the test, but it also proved a bit of a fizzer for Seven.

With just 737,000 metro viewers tuning in (OzTAM data), the finale didn’t pull much more of a crowd than any other normal night.

Rugby player and former Bachelor Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins, comedian Merrick Watts and AFLW player Sabrina Frederick all passed the course, while James Magnussen was eliminated.

However, Seven did secure the primary channel share win with 20.2 per cent. Nine followed with 16.4 per cent. Meanwhile, ABC did 12.8 per cent, and 10 did 11.0 per cent. SBS came last on 5.3 per cent.

Nine’s Hot Seat was its best entertainment programme 441,000. 10’s best for the night was its 7pm news program on 441,000, while ABC’s Outback Ringer did 382,000.

Here’s how the rest of Tuesday ran:

Nine

News did 837000, A Current Affair did 635,000, RBT did 361,00, and Australian Crime Stories did 344,000.

Seven 

News did 956,000, Home and Away did 592,000, The Chase did 479,000, and Sunrise did 256,000.

ABC

Over at the ABC, news did 725,000, 7.30 did 610,000, andWayne did 333,000.

10

NCIS did 280,000, while an Ambulance Australia repeat did 270,000.

 

 

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