Seven lean into the third last ep of their celebrity torture porn series to take the night.
SAS Australia (668,000) has another free run, though slips a little from last night. Can they bring it home next week? Home and Away (580,000) solid but not enough to win the timeslot, and a repeat of Sean Connery film The Rock (317,000) draws enough eyes to help Seven win first in both primary (22.4%) and network (30.8%) shares.
A Current Affair (719,000) owns 7pm still, though at 7:30pm it’s a whole other story without The Block. RBT (440,000), followed by Australian Crime Stories (359,000) and a promo/tease for new Stan series For Life (174,000) good but not good enough to lift it to a win. Nine well off the pace though land second in both primary (18.1%) and network (26%) shares.
Tuesdays on the ABC are proving to be up and down. 7:30 (609,000) varies based on guests and host, Outback Ringer (364,000) not doing anything amazing in first run TV, and the 8:30pm sports doco slot also up and down with Capturing Cricket: Steve Waugh in India (383,000) drawing the best 8:30pm numbers for the night. Searching for Superhuman (154,000) now only for the fans, with ABC securing third in both primary (12.2%) and network (18.1%) shares.
The Project (293,000 6:30pm; 438,000 7pm) proving to be the best of a bad bunch for 10. Nothing better than a repeat of Ambulance Australia (194,000) after 7:30pm and that’s horrendous. Even a new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles (121,000) at 9pm didn’t garner any attention, meaning 10 were lucky to slide into fourth in both primary (8.2%) and network (15.4%) shares.
Heeler-watch™: Bluey (459,000 am; 230,000 pm) just too much fun and far too good to ignore. So good in fact the morning episode rated 11th overall, and better than everything–EVERY👏THING👏–10 had to offer.
Sunrise (263,000) wins breakfast again, ahead of The Today Show (213,000) and ABC Breakfast (203,000 [131,000 ABC; 72,000 ABC News])
All ratings data listed is Five City Metro, overnights only.
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