Tuesday Week 28 2019
• Australian Ninja Warrior veers off course on second episode
• Seven News 1,059,000/993,000
• Nine News 877,000/883,000
• A Current Affair 788,000
• ABC News 605,000
• The Project 272,000/508,000
• 7.30 451,000
• 10 News First 387,000
• The Drum 183,000
• SBS World News 139,000
• Sunrise 256,000
• Today 183,000
Home And Away has had audiences of 693,000 and 644,000 so far this week.
The House Rules semi-final featured the garden makeover for Shayn and Carly. The episode did 552,000 after 563,000 a week ago.
Interview With Andrew Denton featured teen polar trekker Jade Hameister. The audience of 347,000 was down on last week’s 400,000.
A Current Affair started the week with 888,000 on Monday and 788,000 last night.
Australian Ninja Warrior cracked 1m on debut and followed up with a smaller 879,000 for episode two. There were many memorable performances last night from the competitors and the hosts!
The World Cup Cricket was switched to the primary channel last night. However the match in Manchester between India and New Zealand was rain delayed close to the end of the New Zealand innings around 11pm. It will resume tonight weather permitting. But it might be a bit later tonight before there is a slot available on the primary channel. The first session audience was 287,000.
The Project featured Sam Taunton with radio broadcasters and online comedians Tanya Hennessy and Christian Hull. The audience lifted to 508,000 after 484,000 on Monday.
During a pressure test in WA, Nicole won a guaranteed spot in MasterChef finals week. The episode did 630,000 after 645,000 a week ago.
Episode three of Todd Sampson’s Bodyhack was on 278,000 after 304,000 last week.
Ask The Doctor looked at loneliness with 280,000 watching.
The final of the three-part Blue Water Empire was then on 190,000.
Every Family Has A Secret was the channel’s most-watched last week with 256,000. The episode last night increased that number to 279,000.
Insight then did 166,000.
Stage 4 of the Tour de France was on 132,000.