Tuesday Week 47 2019
• Nine #1 primary and #1 network as reality couple wed on ACA
• Time up for influencers on 10’s The Amazing Race Australia
• Zumbo’s Just Desserts fails to rise: Audience drops again
• Tuesday movies: Greek Wedding 2 narrowly outrates Dunkirk
• Seven News 942,000/891,000
• Nine News 809,000/807,000
• A Current Affair 617,000
• ABC News 625,000
• 7.30 570,000
• The Project 252,000/419,000
• 10 News First 347,000
• The Drum 154,000
• SBS World News 110,000
• Sunrise 300,000
• Today 187,000
Home and Away had 566,000 watching after 608,000 on Monday.
The numbers for Zumbo’s Just Desserts continue to fall since launch. It started the week on 446,000 on Sunday, had 393,000 on Monday and then 359,000 last night.
The 2017 movie Dunkirk then did 275,000.
A special 90-minute edition of A Current Affair featured the “real” wedding of Married At First Sight stars Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson. The episode had an average audience of 617,000 which was enough to win the timeslot.
The 2016 movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 then did 287,000.
The Project dipped to just over 400,000 after 7pm.
On The Amazing Race, the influencers finished last for the second successive episode. This time it was an elimination leg and they were sent home. The episode did 553,000 after 608,000 on Tuesday last week.
One Born Every Minute Australia then did 309,000 after 334,000 a week ago.
Dream Gardens did 380,000 at 8pm followed by part one of Love on the Spectrum with 390,000.
The doco on artist Ben Quilty, Painting the Shadows, did 189,000.
The final episode of the three-part Scotland from the Sky was on 173,000.
The numbers then lifted for both Insight (192,000) and Dateline (178,000).