TV Ratings September 8: Nine wins Tuesday night with The Block #1 non-news

• 10 airs The Masked Singer special ahead of finale

• Nine wins Tuesday night with The Block #1 non-news
• 10 airs The Masked Singer special ahead of finale

 

Seven News 1,111,000/1,027,000
Nine News 1,013,000/996,000
A Current Affair 734,000
ABC News 724,000
7.30 592,000
The Project 301,000/519,000
10 News 375,000/237,000
Sunrise 254,000
Today 230,000
News Breakfast 216,000
The Drum 202,000
SBS World News 169,000
Nine News Late Edition 129,000
The Latest 111,000

Seven: Seven had the #2 primary (16.0%) and network (25.1%) share off the back of Home and Away (570,000) and The Chase Australia (565,000). Plate of Origin had its worse performance of the year with 382,000 last night which was down on last Tuesday’s 419,000 viewers.

Plate of Origin TV Ratings Week 37:

Sunday: 459,000
Monday: 393,000
Tuesday: 382,000

Nine: Nine won Tuesday night with a 20.0% primary share and a 29.6% network share. The Block comfortably won the 7:30 pm slot with 753,000 watching the show which was up on last week’s 692,000 viewers. The next best performer for Nine last night was Halifax: Retribution with 505,000 tuning in.

10: 10 finished #4 in primary share with 12.4% and #3 in network share with 18.6% after airing the The Masked Singer: Unmasked special which helped viewers play catch up on all the clues given out so far this year. This was followed by a repeat of Ambulance Australia with 382,000 viewers.

ABC: 611,000 tuned in for Anh’s Brush with Fame featuring Layne Beachley which was down on the 682,000 viewers who watched last week’s episode featuring Jack Thompson. Further Back in Time for Dinner had 525,000 viewers as ABC had the #3 primary share for the night with 13.3% and a 17.4% network share.

SBS: Great Asian Railway Journeys had 248,000. The public broadcaster had a 5.4% primary share and a 9.3% network share.

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