Shaun Micallef brought eyeballs to the ABC last night, but Nine’s The Block nailed the night.
In a breakdown that will surprise no one, The Block won entertainment with 665,000 viewers.
Meanwhile, Seven News pulled in 864,000 viewers, and Nine News brought in 837,000 viewers. Interestingly, ABC News pulled in 576,000 viewers.
As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, A Current Affair pulled in 672,000 – never underestimate a news show that can beat out one of Nine’s biggest shows.
Seven’s The Chase continued to slay with 510,000 viewers. Home & Away pulled in 474,000 viewers – so many love triangles, so little time.
My Kitchen Rules pulled in 466,000 viewers – between the feuding and the eating. It reminds me far too much of my own family Christmas.
Nine’s Hot Seat pulled 417,000 viewers, and After The Verdict slide with 311,000 viewers. Why is the power of Magda not enough?
10’s big reveal of Tori Spelling on The Masked Singer was a very 90210 moment in a 2000 postcode, and it pulled 440,000 viewers. Meanwhile, The Project brought in 327,000 viewers.
Even a repeat of ABC’S Hard Quiz still pulled in 430,000 viewers, and Shaun’s Mad As Hell provided he is watchable as hell because it brought in 475,000 viewers.
7.30 managed 481,000 viewers! You have to give it to Sarah; she’s holding her own.
Nine Network brought it home with a 31.1 per cent total share. Meanwhile, Seven pulled in 27.00 per cent. 10 Network pulled in 17.4 per cent. ABC Network grabbed 16.5 per cent, and SBS Network pulled in 8.1 per cent.