Tuesday Week 38 2019
• Kitchens sell houses: Important week for The Block’s property prices
• Luke’s Survivor departure leaves Mia, Dirty Harry and Baden in finale
• Seven News 1,023,000/1,007,000
• Nine News 922,000/962,000
• A Current Affair 845,000
• ABC News 667,000
• 7.30 618,000
• The Project 271,000/529,000
• 10 News First 382,000
• The Drum 194,000
• SBS World News 140,000
• Sunrise 302,000
• Today 199,000
Home and Away launched its week with 692,000, one of its better recent audiences. The show averaged 612,000 last week.
The ob doc hour featured Highway Patrol on 536,000 and then Motorbike Cops on 513,000.
The Rookie followed on 364,000 and the S.W.A.T. on 262,000.
A Current Affair was on 845,000 after averaging 735,000 last week.
It’s a big week for The Block with work on the rooms that can impact the sale prices of the properties – the kitchens. The Monday episode was on 940,000 after 977,000 on Monday last week.
This Time Next Year then did 543,000 after 510,000 a week ago.
The preliminary final week edition of Footy Classified was on 133,000 with 83,000 in Melbourne.
The NRL show 100% Footy lifted with the finals underway with 79,000 watching, 48,000 in Sydney and 24,000 in Brisbane.
What a recovery. After a very soft Sunday, 10 struck back to be #1 channel and #1 network under 50 and there should be more good news to come tonight.
The Project pushed above half a million with 529,000 after 7pm. Highlight of the show was a very reflective and candid Brad Pitt talking with Carrie Bickmore in another all-too-short interview.
The numbers watching Australian Survivor surged to a season high of 926,000 for the penultimate episode of the season. It was also the biggest episode ever outside of the finale episodes. As soon as Luke lost immunity he was shattered as he realised he would be the next out. The scene is set now for the three unlikely finalists to battle it out for the cash tonight in the finale.
Have You Been Paying Attention? benefited from the strong lead-in with 826,000, the show’s best audience in just over a year.
Producer Greg Hassall delivered the first of two great episodes about Paul Hogan last night and the audience loved it. The show had close to its biggest audience of the year with 790,000 with contributors ranging from Delvene Delaney to Mediaweek’s Andrew Mercado and social commentator Jane Caro.
Four Corners followed with 489,000. Media Watch was on 435,000 and Q&A was on 333,000.
Elizabeth performed strongest with 154,000 with 24 Hours In Emergency not far behind on 147,000.
The new Let’s Talk About Sex was on 116,000 after 9.30pm.