Tuesday TV Wrap: Hell’s Kitchen Sautéed As Ratings Hit New Low

Tuesday TV Wrap: Hell’s Kitchen Sautéed As Ratings Hit New Low
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In a rather quiet night of TV, Nine’s The Block was again the head of the viewing queue, managing 1.09 million viewers last night.

However, it was more bad news for Seven’s Hell’s Kitchen as it sunk to its lowest ratings since launch. Last night’s double episode started okay with 504,000, but soon fell to 488,000 by the second instalment. It’s now down 40 per cent since launch.

Nine won the night with 30.9 per cent audience share. Seven managed 26.5 per cent, Ten had 18.1 per cent, the ABC 17.8 per cent and SBS had 6.7 per cent.

Nine’s True Story With Hamish & Andy is no longer enjoying its debut highs, pulling 760,000 viewers last night.

Ten’s best was The Project with 557,000 and Shark Tank with 458,000.

The ABC’s 7pm news won its slot with 789,000 and The House with Annabel Crabb pulled in 634,000.

Over at the SBS, Spying on the Royals was its best with 275,000.

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