• The Block and The Masked Singer Australia have a tight battle at 7:30
• The Block and Halifax lead Nine to primary and network wins
• Halifax returns with back to back Retribution episodes of 544,000/469,000
• Anh’s Brush with Fame with Sophie Delezio has 603,000 viewers
Seven News 1,120,000/1,074,000
Nine News 1,017,000/986,000
A Current Affair 818,000
ABC News 802,000
The Project 352,000/558,000
10 News 394,000/254,000
News Breakfast 155,000
SBS World News 173,000
The Drum 207,000
Nine News Late Edition 252,000
The Latest 176,000
Seven: Without any tent pole programming last night at 7:30 pm Seven aired Inside The Crown: The Secrets of the Royals which had 425,000 viewers. The non-news top performer last night was The Chase Australia with 656,000 and Home and Away with 627,000. Seven was ranked second in both primary and network share with 17.2% and 26.3%.
Nine: The Block led Nine to a primary channel win with 21.0% and network win with 29.3%. The Block had 762,000 tune in last night which was an increase on the 738,000 the show had on Monday night and an improvement on the 626,000 by Ninja Warrior Australia v The World which was in the 7:30 pm slot last week. Halifax: Retribution saw the return of Rebecca Gibney as Jane Halifax for the first time in almost 20 years as Nine aired back to back episodes in its premier achieving 544,000 and 469,000 respectively.
10: 10 had a primary share of 12.7% and a network share of 18.2% after The Masked Singer Australia produced 717,000 viewers with 810,000 which was down from the 806,000/916,000 that the show had last Tuesday. The singing competition also managed to win all key demos.
ABC: Anh’s Brush with Fame featured Sophie Delezio as the pair brought in 603,000 viewers as ABC had a primary share of 13% and a network share of 17%.
SBS: SBS’s top performers were Great Asian Railway Journeys which had 296,000 and The Salisbury Poisonings with 257,000. The public broadcaster had a primary share of 5.6% and a network share of 9.2%.