• 10 adds Tuesday night episode of The Cube
Nine News 968,000/990,000
Seven News 969,000/905,000
ABC News 702,000
10 News First 371,000 (5:00 pm)/ 235,000 (6:00 pm)
SBS World News 184,000/159,000
Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 741,000
The Project 270,000 (6:30 pm)/ 417,000 (7 pm)
The Drum 189,000
News Breakfast 196,000
The Latest 116,000
ABC Late News 183,000
Nine won last night with a primary share of 25.3% and a network share of 33.2%. The driving force of Nine’s win was Married at First Sight which had 1.009m as the couples went on their final dates of the social experiment. The episode’s ratings were slightly down on the 1.031m that the show had last week.
MAFS was followed by Botched with 310,000 which was down slightly on last week’s episode which had 339,000.
On Seven, Britain’s Got Talent- Best and Worst had 340,000 in the 7:30 pm slot and was followed by The Good Doctor with 262,000 which is the same ratings that the show had last week.
The top rating show on Seven last night was Home and Away with 529,000.
10 has made a change to the programming schedule of The Cube with the show now airing twice a week after adding a Tuesday night episode to its lineup. The show’s first crack at the Tuesday night audience brought in 272,000 viewers which is its lowest ratings to date. The episode featured best friends Will and Joan who met at a parenting group.
This was followed by a repeat of NCIS with 184,000.
The Project had 270,000 (6:30 pm) and 417,000 (7:00 pm) as the show covered the Kiwi travel bubble, legislation affecting after business hours emails, and the man who saved a bunch of retirees during the floods.
ABC rolled out its new Tuesday night lineup following the conclusion of Exposed: The Ghost Train Fire last week.
Anh’s Brush with Fame aired at 7:30 and featured Kate Ritchie. The episode had 556,000 which was an increase on the season’s premiere last week with Jamie Durie which had 509,000.
This was followed by the season premiere of Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds with 593,000. After the success of season one, the new season once again sees a group of older adults living alone, join a group of lively 4-year-olds in an intergenerational play school for learning, connection and friendship.
Unlike last season, the new group of seniors all live in their own homes and will have more opportunities for home visits, excursions and community building.
The top rating show on SBS last night was a repeat of Who Do You Think You Are? with 213,000.