Tuesday Week 46 2019
• Seven wins first Monday and Tuesday since The Block started
• 10 News runs until 6:30pm ABC primetime goes to the football
• Sunrise has biggest audience of 2019
• Seven News 1,027,000/1,006,000
• Nine News871,000/875,000
• A Current Affair746,000
• ABC News741,000
• The Project279,000/453,000
• 10 News First399,000
• The Drum188,000
• SBS World News128,000
Home and Away did 636,000 after 640,000 on Monday.
Bride & Prejudice: The Forbidden Weddings was on 605,000 after 575,000 on Monday and 453,000 on Sunday.
A second episode of The Rookiethis week did 364,000.
A Current Affair jumped from 678,000 on Monday to 746,000 last night with bushfire coverage expanded with a number of reporters across the impacted areas.
Paramedics got the 7.30pm timeslot with a repeat episode on 379,000.
Love Island then did 236,000 after 263,000 on Monday.
The channel was experimenting with its 10 First news bulletin last night with a 90-minute special edition reporting on the bushfires that ended at 6.30pm. The audience was 399,000. News then The Project seems a much better segue at 6.30pm.
The Project started with detailed bushfire coverage and then returned to it again in its second half hour. The show started with 279,000 and then lifted to 453,000 after 7pm.
The sixth episode of The Amazing Race was again in Mongolia with 608,000 watching after 651,000 on Monday. It was the end of the race for Queensland sisters Hayley and Mikayla, who failed to make up time after a major setback.
One Born Every Minute then did 334,000, its biggest audience ever.
Coverage of the women’s international football match between Australia and Chile took over the channel from 8pm with 243,000 watching. The first match on Saturday afternoon had a metro audience of 75,000.
Scotland from the Sky did 229,000 at 7.30pm followed by a repeat of Insight on 234,000.