TV Ratings (10/4/24): 10’s I’m A Celeb Left Chasing The Chase

TV Ratings (10/4/24): 10’s I’m A Celeb Left Chasing The Chase

It was a good day for Seven yesterday with The 1% Club UK and The Chase beating out 10’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.

Seven’s top shows both pulled in a total TV reach of more 1.2 million, while I’m A Celeb fell slightly short of The Chase. For Nine, A Current Affair pulled in just shy of 1.4 million while its top entertainment show, Tipping Point attracted 1.218 million in total TV reach.

SBS survival show Alone Australia reached 574,000 and notched up an average audience of 314,000. SBS will be banking on Alone Australia attracting viewers on demand.

Last week’s episode reached 1.03 million Aussie viewers in the seven days after it first aired, with an average audience of 613,000. This makes it the highest rating show for SBS this year.

Of course, both Seven and 10 will be feeling some relief now that Nine’s ratings behemoth Married At First Sight, has concluded.

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