Tuesday TV Wrap: Leigh Sales Throwing Barbs At ScoMo Pulls In 509,000 Eyeballs

Tuesday TV Wrap: Leigh Sales Throwing Barbs At ScoMo Pulls In 509,000 Eyeballs

ABC’s 7.30 saw Leigh Sales take on Scott Morrison pulling in 509,000 viewers – election time is here because suddenly politicians are always on the telly!

Seven News peaked at 966,000 viewers, while Nine News earned 889,000 viewers.

Nine’s A Current Affair scored 632,000 viewers, once again Grimshaw is holding down the fort! 

Hot Seat grabbed 378,000 viewers, followed by Tipping Point which grabbed 295,000 viewers. 

As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, Seven’s Home And Away earned 482,000 viewers. The Chase earned 570,000. Meanwhile, Why Ships Crashed scored 328,000 viewers – proceed with caution if you’ve just booked a cruise. 

For 10, The Project hit 379,000 viewers. Meanwhile, 10 News First grabbed 85,000 viewers and The Dog House earned 550,000 viewers – the cutest viewing ever! 

ABC had a strong night with ABC Newsnetting 651,000 viewers and 7.30 earning 509,000 viewers, and Tony Armstrong’s Dogs World grabbed 328,000 viewers. 
Out on top was the Nine Network with 28.2 per cent. Seven Network was behind with 26.3 per cent of the daily share. Then 10 Network with 19.3 per cent of the share, Followed by the ABC Network with 17.4 per cent. In comparison, the SBS had 8.8 per cent.



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