Tuesday Week 48 2019
Last survey Tuesday of 2019
• Nine: ACA with Young Sheldon and Chris Hemsworth movie win
• Seven: Penultimate night of Home and Away and Zumbo Desserts
• 10: Nurses Nick and Femi narrowly miss out on Race final four
• ABC: Love on the Spectrum finds a place in the Tuesday top 10
• SBS: Start of Russia to Iran series plus Michael Moore movie
• Seven News 965,000/890,000
• Nine News 842,000/851,000
• A Current Affair 718,000
• ABC News 619,000
• The Project 238,000/428,000
• 10 News First 352,000
• The Drum 168,000
• SBS World News 139,000
• Sunrise 269,000
• Today 214,000
The penultimate night of Home and Away for 2019 did 592,000 after 611,000 on Monday.
Zumbo’s Just Desserts then did 341,000 after 359,000 a week ago.
The 2017 movie Geostorm then did 272,000.
A Current Affair was just over 700,000 after 735,000 on Monday.
Young Sheldon returned to the schedule with two episodes on 470,000 and then 392,000.
The 2017 Chris Hemsworth movie Thor: Ragnarok did 354,000.
The Project did 428,000 after 7pm.
The final four was decided on The Amazing Race with nurses Femi and Nick eliminated. The remaining teams will go into battle next week for the prize as they fly into Australia. The episode was on 546,000 after 553,000 last week.
One Born Every Minute Australia then did 342,000.
Dream Gardens screened at 8pm with 387,000 watching.
The numbers rose to 453,000 after 8.30pm for the second episode of Love on The Spectrum.
The channel then screened at UK special The Prince & the Paedophile about the trouble the Queen’s second son has got himself into. The show did 331,000.
The first episode of the five-part Russia to Iran: Across the Wild Frontier did 215,000.
It was followed at 8.30pm by a repeat of Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 11/9 on 174,000.