Tuesday night’s TV viewing was typical, with Nine’s The Block coming out on top with 828,000 metro viewers (OzTAM numbers) and beating the competition by a long shot.
In primary channel share, however, Nine won the night by a decent stretch with 23.0 per cent. Seven came in second with just 18.3 per cent. Meanwhile, ABC trailed behind on 10.2 per cent. 10 came a close fourth with 9.6 per cent, while SBS came a distant last on 5.8 per cent.
Seven’s SAS did okayish on 582,000, while Seven’s Home and Away did 540,000. 10’s best for the night was its 7pm news program, while ABC’s Outback Ringer did 362,000.
Here’s how the rest of Tuesday ran:
News did 883,000, A Current Affair did 715,000, Hot Seat did 479,000, and Australian Crime Stories did 479,000.
News did 981,000, The Chase did 547,000, and Sunrise did 277,000.
Over at the ABC, news did 697,000, 7.30 did 597,000 and Bluey did 382,000 on ABC Kids.
10 News First did 344,000.
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