TV Ratings September 1: The Masked Singer reveal is top non-news

• Plate of Origin continues slide with shows third episode registering 419,000 viewers

• Plate of Origin continues slide with shows third episode registering 419,000 viewers
• The Block wins 7:30 pm slot despite being under 700,000 viewers for the first time this season
• The Masked Singer reveal is top non-news segment with 797,000

Seven News 1,26,000/942,000
Nine News 971,000/946,000
A Current Affair 732,000
ABC News 721,000
7.30 565,000
The Project 335,000/532,000
10 News 366,000/248,000
Sunrise 259,000
Today 231,000
News Breakfast 140,000
SBS World News 183,000
The Drum 197,000
Nine News Late Edition 128,000
The Latest 146,000

Seven: Seven was second last night in both primary share (16.8%) and network share (28.0%) as their tent pole 7:30 pm programming Plate of Origin continues to trend in the wrong direction. 

Plate of Origin ratings:
Sunday: 667,000
Monday: 510,000
Tuesday: 419,000

The best performers for Seven last night were The Chase Australia (566,000) and Home and Away (552,000).

Nine: The Block has continued its decline in its weekday ratings with 692,000 tuning in which is down on last Tuesdays 762,000, although the show continues to regularly win the 7:30 pm time slot. Nine won the night in both primary (18.1%) share and network (27.3%) share.

10: The Masked Singer‘s reveal continues to be the highest rating non-news segment for the night with 797,000. The shows 7:30 pm performance continues to stay close with The Block as the show had 681,000 which was down on the 717,000 it had last Tuesday. 10 had a 12.5% primary share and 18.4% network share last night.

ABC: ABC had a 13.2% primary share and 17.0% network share as Anh’s Brush with Fame featuring Jack Thompson had 682,000 viewers up on last weeks episode featuring Sophie Delezio which had 603,000. Another strong performer for ABC was Further Back in Time for Dinner which had 582,000.

SBS: The best performer for SBS was Great Asian Railway Journeys with 256,000 viewers helping the public broadcaster to a 5.8% primary share and 9.4% network share. Stage 4 of the Tour De France had 106,000.

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