Nine’s The Block has taken out the number one entertainment spot for the night with 819,000 metro viewers, while Seven’s SAS has taken a slight dip to 676,000 eyeballs, according to OzTAM data.
This time last week SAS did the goods over The Block, yet while SAS is still earning a decent viewing, Tuesday night’s numbers are the lowest since launch
Nine took the primary channel share win with 20.9 per cent, while Seven wasn’t too far behind on 19.2 per cent. ABC did 12.5 per cent, while 10 did 11.7 per cent, and SBS did 4.9 per cent.
10’s best for the night was Junior Masterchef on 474,000, while ABC’s Big Weather did 411,000.
Here’s how the rest of the night ran.
News did 945,000, A Current Affair did 762,000, Hot Seat did 502,000, and The Trump Show did 417,000.
Over at the ABC, news did 718,000, Outback Ringer did 423,000, and 7.30 did 618,000 and Bluey did 383,000.
News did 973,000, The Chase did 530,000, Home and Away did 570,000, and The Meg did 287,000.
The Project did 496,000.
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