After Monday’s stonking viewership ratings of Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Channel Nine had a crack at one of the biggest stories of the year with The Crown In Crisis: Nine News Special.
The one-hour news special, hosted by Karl Stefanovic and Leila McKinnon with a panel of royal experts and commentators, had 632,000 viewers according to OzTAM.
Last night’s best performing telly was Seven News with 952,000, just beating MAFS which had 945,000 viewers.
Nine News had 908,000 viewers while A Current Affair had 757,000. ABC News topped The Crown In Crisis with 682,000 viewers.
The ABC’s night also saw 7.30 score 575,000 viewers while Foreign Correspondent had 524,000. Catalyst had 386,000.
Nine’s Hot Seat had 403,000 viewers.
For Seven, Home And Away had 516,000 viewers while The Chase had 499,000. Seven’s newest action show Ultimate Tag had 277,000 viewers for its third episode, a decrease of 170,000 viewers from the premier.
10’s The Amazing Race had 480,000 viewers while The Project had 451,000 and 10 News First had 335,000.
SBS’s best performer was Great Australian Railway Journeys with 234,000 viewers.
Nine (all channels) won the night with thirty-three per cent of the daily share, with Seven (all channels) coming in second with twenty-three per cent. Network 10 had nineteen per cent, beating the ABC network which had seventeen per cent.
The SBS Network had seven per cent.