A first round match featuring Nick Kyrgios has lifted Nine’s primetime share and secured a Tuesday win.
Nine had a second night of 22%+ primary channel share as the average evening tennis audience was just short of 700,000.
The audience for I’m A Celebrity however was close to 730,000 for both parts of the program which featured the departure of Billy Brownless from the jungle. The latest Celebrity departure is the co-host Triple M’s The Rush Hour with James Brayshaw and has been a Nine AFL Sunday Footy Show regular.
Seven last night featured the BBL clash between Melbourne Renegades and Hobart with both innings audiences close to 330,000.
On the ABC, a replay of Griff’s Great Australian Rail Trip did 302,000. The series screens just before SBS runs the long-awaited Michael Portillo series Great Australian Railway Journeys.
The biggest audience on SBS was 146,000 for Inside Selfridges.