Tuesday Week 23 2019
• The Voice finds Young Talent Time’s Joey Dee + a new girl group
• Seven lifts Tuesday share as Denton with Gibney lift Interview
• Anushka cooks for immunity on MasterChef visiting Maleny
• Seven News 1,180,000/1,126,000
• Nine News 985,000/986,000
• A Current Affair 847,000
• ABC News 722,000
• 7.30 502,000
• The Project 319,000/487,000
• 10 News First 458,000
• The Drum 213,000
• SBS World News 138,000
• Sunrise 292,000
• Today 202,000
The primary channel enjoyed its best Tuesday share in five weeks.
Home And Away had a second successive night close to 750,000.
House Rules was on 611,000 and trailing The Voice and MasterChef. (The reno show easily outrated the cooks though nationally with a bigger regional audience.) The House Rules audience was also well up week-on-week after 544,000 in week 22.
Also lifting its audience week-on-week was Andrew Denton: Interview where he spent time with Seven’s Rebecca Gibney and Geraldine Hakewill. The audience climbed from 458,000 to 520,000.
A Current Affair spent a second successive night close to 850,000 with a special Tuesday edition featuring Tracy Grimshaw with UK singer Susan Boyle.
The penultimate episode of the The Voice Blind Auditions featured Young Talent Time star Joey Dee and the biggest group ever to perform on the auditions. The episode was on 977,000 after the first two eps this week cracked 1m. Tuesday last week did 917,000.
Two episodes of The Big Bang Theory were on 576,000 and 410,000.
Waleed Aly was back from his Spanish football trip at The Project. The audience of 487,000 saw guests Rudimental, Matt Preston and Curtis Stone.
MasterChef was into day three of its Queensland visit and the immunity challenge took place on a property at Maleny with sensational views. Anushka made it through to the immunity challenge against chef Ben Williamson. The Tuesday audience was 635,000 after 611,000 a week ago. The episode was #2 entertainment show under 50 and #1 16-39.
Mr Black then did 309,000 after 303,000 a week ago.
The primary channel had its lowest Tuesday share since January.
The Recording Studio was on 257,000 after 8pm.
A repeat of David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef then did 222,000.
Kurt Fearnley was featured on Who Do You Think You Are? with 307,000 watching, up from 268,000 a week ago.
An Insight repeat then did 177,000 followed by Dateline on 196,000.