All the TV talk may be around MAFS’ tremendous success, but Travel Guides is also proving a winner for Nine after it posted its best numbers ever last night.
Tavel Guides pulled an impressive 915,000 according to overnight OzTAM metro numbers.
MAFS took a hit but was still Tuesday’s number one show with 1.225 million. MKR cracked the 800,000 mark in the first time for a long time, posting 806,000.
And more proof a lot of people stayed home last night and watched free to air TV, even 10’s Ambulance Australia enjoyed its best numbers of 2019 last night, posting 413,000.
With a MAFS-Travel Guides double punch, Nine easily won the night with 34.3 per cent audience share. Seven had to settle for 27.9 per cent, the ABC was third and 17.1 per cent, 10 had 14.6 per cent and SBS pulled 6.1 per cent.
Seven’s 6pm news (944,000) had bragging rights over Nine’s (834,000). ACA had 814,000.
Other highlights for Seven included Home And Away (638,000), Manhunt (539,000) and The Chase (530,000).
Nine did well with Hot Seat (447,000) and a repeat of Hamish And Andy’s True Stories (381,000).
10’s standouts included The Project (437,000), 10 News First (352,000), NCIS (285,000), NCIS: LA (227,000
The ABC’s evening ran thus: 7pm news (772,000), 7.30 (665,000), How To Sell A Massacre (595,000) and The Cult Of Family (379,000).
SBS’s best was Great Continental Railway Journeys with 180,000.
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