Tuesday TV Wrap: Masked Singer Reveal Falls From Monday As Pavlova Is Uncovered

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THE MASKED SINGER S3. EP5

THIS PICTURE SHOWS: EPISODE 5 REVEAL…MAHALIA BARNES















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The Masked Singer’s big reveal saw a slight drop off in audience from its Monday night episode, netting an average of 654,000 viewers.

That’s a decrease of 49,000 from the previous night where, as you are sure to remember, the dancing pinata was revealed to be Lote Tuqiri.

Last night was the reveal of a frankly terrifying pavlova, whose exo-skeleton housed the singing talents of Mahalia Barnes, well-known performer and Jimmy Barnes’ daughter.

Despite the drop off in numbers for the reveal, the average for the rest of the episode actually increased by 6,0000 viewers from Monday night, scoring 573,000 as per OzTAM’s metro data.

That put the ep below SAS Australia, which had 586,000 viewers.

On top of the entertainment though was, once again, The Block with 855,000 viewers. Last night’s ep featured a lip sync battle, which feels somewhat irrelevant to house renovations, but hey ho! That’s entertainment, baby!

The highest rating program overall was Seven News, which had 1,109,000 viewers. Also in the top-watched current affairs was Nine News at 1,036,000 viewers, A Current Affair with 807,000 and ABC News with 793,000.

For Seven, Home and Away had 608,000 viewers and The Chase had 567,000.

Over on Nine, The Hundred With Andy Lee scored 505,000 viewers while Hot Seat had 493,000 and Nine’s Afternoon News had 341,000.

For 10, The Project nabbed 536,000 viewers, 10 News First had 376,000 and The Cheap Seats had 358,000.

Finally, the rest of the ABC’s night had 7.30 with 622,000 viewers

The Nine Network won the night with 31.1 per cent of the daily share, followed by the Seven Network with 27.3 per cent. Network 10 had 18.5 per cent, the ABC TV Network had 15.4 per cent, and the SBS Network had 7.7 per cent.

Looking now to OzTAM’s Total TV report for Tuesday September 14th, the top performing program was Seven News. It had a total TV audience of 1,847,000 (metro: 1,162,000, regional: 645,000, BVOD: 39,000).

In second was The Block, which had a total TV audience of 1,442,000 (metro: 825,000, regional: 339,000, BVOD: 186,000). Third was Nine News at 1,426,000 total audience (metro: 1,015,000, regional: 371,000, BVOD: 38,000).

An honourable mention goes to SAS Australia in fourth which, like its launch episode, saw a very high lift on overnight at 38 per cent. That resulted in a total TV audience of 1,286,000 viewers (metro: 626,000, regional: 296,000, BVOD: 195,000).

The highest overnight lift, though, was Seven’s Australian Gangster at 48 per cent. It had a total TV audience of 720,000 (metro: 340,000, regional: 146,000, BVOD: 133,000).




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