Tuesday TV Wrap: Todd Sampson’s Body Hack Returns With 346,000

Tuesday TV Wrap: Todd Sampson’s Body Hack Returns With 346,000
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Ex ad-man and now relentless TV celebrity, Todd Sampson’s new outing of his Body Hack program returned to an okayish 346,000 for broadcaster 10 last night.

Nine’s The Block (821,000) was the standout entertainment show of the evening and doubled rival Seven’s Plate Of Origin (410,000).

That handed Nine a Tuesday night win. It took home 30.2 per cent of all of last night’s eyeballs (all channels). Seven did 25.1 per cent, the ABC had 17.8 per cent, 10 mustered 16.1 per cent and SBS got rare double-figures with 10.8 per cent.

News figured heavily, with Seven’s 6pm bulletin (1.059 million) once again the most watched show of the evening. Nine’s outing was only a whisker behind with 1.026 million. The ABC’s 7pm bulletin posting 748,000 and 10 News First mustering 340,000.

ACA had 719,000, 7.30 did 602,000 and The Project managed 513,000.

For Nine, Halifax Retribution had 508,000 and Hot Seat did 493,000.

Over at Aunty, Anh’s Brush With Fame (649,000) remains a winner, while Further Back In Time For Dinner did 537,000.

Other highlights for Seven included The Chase (587,000) Home And Away (570,000).

 

 

 

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