Tuesday TV Wrap: MasterChef Rises, Big Brother Falls, But Lego Masters Beats Them All

Tuesday TV Wrap: MasterChef Rises, Big Brother Falls, But Lego Masters Beats Them All
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Lego Masters continued to outmaneouvre the competition on Tuesday night, scoring 725,000 viewers as per OzTAM’s metro numbers. it was again the highest performing entertainment TV of the night.

In contrast, Big Brother scored 622,000 viewers, a drop of 42,000 from the peak during its premiere episode. The episode saw social media icon and business owner Lillian Akenhan (aka @flexmami) eliminated.

Over on MasterChef, numbers grew by a not-to-be-sniffed-at 57,000 from last night’s offering, scoring 603,000 viewers overall.

Once again the top performing telly was Seven News with 965,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 959,000. Then came A Current Affair with 740,000 while ABC News had 635,000.

The rest of Seven’s night had Home and Away with 629,000 viewers while The Chase Australia had 540,000 and The Good Doctor had 328,000.

For the ABC, Old People’s Home For 4 Year Olds continued to perform well with 621,000 viewers, while 7.30 had 588,000. Anh’s Brush With Fame had him painting singer and all round charmer Guy Sebastian to 555,000 viewers.

Other than MasterChef, at 10 The Project had 480,000 viewers and 10 News First had 372,000.

Finally, for Nine, Hot Seat had 471,000 viewers and Nine’s Afternoon News had 296,000.

In a tense finale, the Seven Network just edged over the Nine Network for control of the daily share, with Seven at 28.1 per cent and Nine at 27.8 per cent. The battle for third place saw 10 (all channels) come out on top with 19 per cent while the ABC (all channels) had 17 per cent.

The SBS Network came out with seven per cent of the share.

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