TV ratings August 18: The Masked Singer #1 timeslot and demos

• The Masked Singer revealed the Sloth to be Katie Noonan.

• Nine #1 as it drains last life from Ninja Warrior franchise
• The Masked Singer #1 timeslot and demos as it reveals Katie Noonan

Seven News 1,113,000/1,084,000
Nine News 1,018,000/1,009,000
A Current Affair 780,000
ABC News 765,000
7.30 619,000
The Project 332,000/558,000
10 News 415,000/286,000
Sunrise 252,000
Today 230,000
News Breakfast 221,000
SBS World News 217,000
The Drum 195,000
Nine News Late Edition 114,000
The Latest 90,000

Tuesday TV

Seven: Home and Away had a second night above 600,000.
America’s Got Talent delivered a highlights episode to celebrate 15 years of the franchise. The show ran fourth for part of its timeslot with 417,000 which was up significantly up on 296,000 a week ago.
Two episodes of Criminal Minds followed including the season final did 248,000 and 153,000. 

Nine: A Current Affair was steady with Tuesday on 780,000 after 777,000 on Monday.
The Ninja Warrior franchise continued to deliver for Nine, albeit with one if the smallest audiences ever for the brand. An audience of 626,000 saw Australia defeat the World team as the network hands the 7.30 timeslot keys to The Block.
Nine’s primary channel won the evening for a third successive night while Nine was #1 combined share for a second successive night.

10: The Project 7pm had a second successive night over 550,000 with Christine Anu talking about her experience on The Masked Singer.
Another quality performer was then revealed on The Masked Singer as Sloth turned into Katie Noonan. The episode started on 806,000 and then peaked on 916,000 for the reveal. The program won its timeslot all people and in key demos. The numbers were close to a week ago where the Tuesday episode did 820,000 and 950,000.
The 2013 Baz Luhrmann movie The Great Gatsby followed with 178,000. 

ABC: Anna Meares was the subject for Anh’s Brush with Fame with 613,000 watching after 710,000 a week ago.
Episode two of Fight for Planet A: Our Climate Challenge was on 477,000 after launching with 579,000. Host Craig Reucassel revealed himself as a drag racing star in the making as his Tesla Model S easily smashed a high performance Holden down the straight.

SBS: A fascinating trip through Indonesia was the attraction for 331,000 watching Great Asian Railway Journeys.
Insight was hosted again by Marc Fennell with 153,000 watching.

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