Week 3 2019 – Summer schedule – Tuesday
• I’m A Celebrity outperforms Australian Open again…and MKR
• Nine’s night of tennis secures a primetime primary/combined win
• First outing for My Kitchen Rules franchise this year under 350,000
No Big Bash League = smaller audience.
The Seven News remained a timeslot and Tuesday champ with 900,000 tuning in at 6pm and it was the #1 show for the night in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
Seven screened an episode of The Force at 7pm with under 500,000 watching.
The numbers then slipped below 350,000 for the 10th anniversary special of My Kitchen Rules. It was not the audience Seven wanted for the first appearance of the brand this year, but the real thing is yet to be unleashed.
Much earlier in the day, Seven remained on top at breakfast:
Breakfast TV Seven v Nine Week 3
Sunrise 427k (Metro 266k Regional 161k)
Today 311k (Metro 197k Regional 115k)
News Breakfast 173k* (Metro 103k Regional 70k)
Sunrise 444k (Metro 275k Regional 169k)
Today 303k (Metro 202k Regional 102k)
News Breakfast 163k* (Metro 100k Regional 64k)
Doesn’t include ABC News simulcast audience
The channel was again a winner with both primary and combined channel shares on the second night of the Australian Open.
The Tuesday tennis audiences were as follows:
• Day 2 evening 616,000
• Day 2 day 274,000
• Day 2 late 217,000
Reality was again a winner for the channel after 7.30pm where episode three of I’m A Celebrity was in clear control with 715,000. Although the numbers were down on previous nights, it was enough to convincingly win the timeslot, taking the scalps of both Nine’s Australian Open coverage and a My Kitchen Rules special on Seven.
Week one: I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
• Monday 1.098m and 1.014m
• Tuesday: 890,000
• Wednesday: 732,000
The Project started low on 209,000, but as usual the numbers climbed dramatically after 7pm to 436,000.
Later in the night NCIS: Los Angeles did 211,000.
Foreign Correspondent was in the 8pm slot with 316,000.
A repeat of The Human Body: Secrets Of Your Life Revealed then was on 232,000.
Great American Railroad Journeys was the best on 215,000.