Nine’s The Block has had a solid run in entertainment, continuing its domination of the ratings on Tuesday night with 829,000 viewers.
Last night’s episode contained an illegal bathroom (there were issues with waterproofing and fire-rating, for anyone concerned) and also a building challenge using bits of old boats. Ahoy indeed!
Once again in the entertainment ratings, Seven’s SAS Australia was sandwiched between The Masked Singer‘s main ep and the reveal.
As per OzTAM’s metro data, the reveal rated highest at 676,000 viewers, while the rest of the episode had an average viewership of 592,000 viewers.
The second celebrity to be revealed was (drum roll please)…former MasterChef judge and famed staff-underpayer George Calombaris! He was dressed as a sparkly feather duster, and performed Shake Your Tail Feather by Ray Charles.
SAS Australia had 626,000 viewers, and the celebrities were faced with a stomach turning tightrope challenge, former Miss World contestant Erin Holland had to try and carry actor Dan Ewing on her back, and then the contestants were forced to navigate an underground tunnel. Anxiety-inducing TV at its finest!
On top overall was Seven News, which had 1,162,000 viewers, followed by Nine News with 1,015,000. A Current Affair had 815,000 viewers and ABC News had 719,000.
The rest of Seven’s night saw Home and Away nab 614,000 viewers, The Chase 559,000 and Australian Gangster 340,000.
Over on Nine, Hot Seat had 501,000 viewers and The Hundred With Andy Lee had 412,000.
On 10, The Project had 470,000, 10 News First hd 375,000 and The Cheap Seats had 324,000.
Finally, for the ABC, 7.30 had 560,000 viewers.
The Seven Network once again had the highest proprtion of the daily share – just. It had 29.9 per cent to the Nine Network’s 29.4 per cent. Network 10 had 18.8 per cent, the ABC TV Network had 13.2 per cent and the SBS Network had 8.6 per cent.
Looking now to OzTAM’s total TV report, the best performing TV for Tuesday 7th September was Seven News, with a total TV audience of 1,850,000 (metro: 1,128,000, regional: 682,000 and BVOD: 38,000).
Next was Nine’s The Block with a total of 1,536,000 viewers (metro: 969,000, regional: 329,000 and BVOD: 177,000). In third was Nine News with 1,484,000 total TV viewers (metro: 1,066,000, regional: 376,000 and BVOD: 40,000).
The show with the highest life on overnight was the ABC’s crime documentary Juanita: A Family Mystery, which experienced a 26 per cent lift and total TV audience of 605,000 viewers.
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