Tuesday Week 37 2019
• All good mates again on The Block with Tuesday season high
• Wild Tribal Council on Survivor as Abbey gets the boot
• ABC’s hit Old People’s Home For 4 Year Olds grows again
• Seven News 1,047,000/955,000
• Nine News 900,000/981,000
• ABC News 654,000
• 7.30 503,000
• The Project 277,000/479,000
• 10 News First 382,000
• The Drum 176,000
• SBS World News 126,000
• Sunrise 293,000
• Today 196,000
Home and Away held steady with 660,000 after 674,000 on Monday.
Seven’s night then dropped away dramatically after 7.30pm with Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly on 421,000 after 484,000 last week.
The Proposal took another hit after an audience of 307,000 last week turned into 252,000 last night.
A Current Affair held above 800,000 for a second night.
The Block featured an apology from Mitch and Mark with the episode setting a new Tuesday season high of 968,000.
SeaChange then did 550,000 after 529,000 a week ago.
The Project dipped from 515,000 on Monday to 479,000 last night.
Calling Tribal Council on Australian Survivor last night the best ever is a big call as there have been some special elimination votes so far this season. But the carry-on ahead of Abbey getting chucked off was pretty special. The episode did 809,000 after 808,000 a week ago.
The second of the Pilot Week 2019 programs screened last night – Part Time Private Eyes pulled a respectable 344,000 at 8.30pm. This came after Sydney’s Crazy Rich Asians did 254,000 on Sunday night.
The first of two NCIS repeats then did 153,000.
The channel’s Tuesday hit Old People’s Home For 4 Year Olds was one of the most-watched shows on any channel last night with 657,000 after 630,000 last week.
Foreign Correspondent did 390,000 and a repeat Louis Theroux episode did 316,000.
Britain’s Most Historic Towns did 220,000 with a visit to the Scottish town of Stirling. It could be again the channel’s most-watched this week.
Insight followed with 146,000.