Nine’s highly publicised Love Island continues to struggle to find an audience with last night’s episode pulling just 136,000 on 9G0 and failing to make the multichannel top 20.
It was better news for the the ABC’s new food history show, Back In Time For Dinner, that debuted to 614,000 and won its slot.
Seven won Tuesday night with 30.4 per cent audience share on the back of its 6pm news bulletin (1.05 million), House Rules (729,000), The Chase (623,000) and an improving Interview (559,000).
Nine had 24.3 per cent share with its standouts being its news bulletin (1.02 million), ACA (883,000) and Young Sheldon (645,000). Sadly, MH370: Inside the Situation Room crashed and burned, managing only 370,000.
Ten had a good night with 21.4 per cent audience share. Its best performers were MasterChef (881,000), The Project (586,000) and Shark Tank (571,000).
The ABC had 16.4 per cent and its night went thus: ABC News (705,000), Back in Time for Dinner (614,000), 7:30 (511,000), Making Child Prodigies (440,000), Think Tank (264,000) and Secrets of Silicon Valley (217,000).
SBS’ Who Do You Think You Are? did well, managing 425,000 and giving the broadcaster 7.8 per cent of last night’s eyeballs.
GHO Sydney has developed a new educational platform for Family Planning NSW to help parents and carers of children with disabilities navigate the changes to their bodies, emotions and social interactions. The project, ‘Planet Puberty’, was made possible through funding from the federal government’s Department of Social Services, and was co-designed with people with disability […]