Australia’s dose of ABBA docos appears to be over after Seven’s special ABBA: Dancing Queen pulled 684,000 viewers last night, fourth in its timeslot. It follows plenty of the Swedish band thrust at us recently on ABC, Seven and Nine.
As a result it dragged down Winners and Losers to third in its timeslot.
Tuesday night was another winner for Nine.
Nine network share was 32.5%, Seven 25.1%, TEN 18.5%, ABC 17.4% and SBS 6.5%.
The Block topped the night with 1.39m viewers for Nine then Nine News (1.35m), A Current Affair (1.1m), The Great Australian Bakeoff held firm at 1.09m, The Bible was second in its timeslot at 880,000 / 793,000, Hot Seat was 744,000.
Seven News was 1.26m for Seven then Today Tonight (1.08m) and Home and Away was 958,000. Winners and Losers was third in its timeslot at 867,000 which was unaided by the low lead-in from ABBA: Dancing Queen (684,000). How I Met Your Mother was 556,000 / 458,000 and Deal or No Deal was 510,000.
Under The Dome remains a winner for TEN at 900,000 viewers. Masterchef (719,000) followed then TEN News (713,000), The Project (590,000), NCIS: LA (550,000). The Simpsons was 341,000.
ABC News (965,000) topped ABC1 then New Tricks (807,000), 7:30 (768,000), Kitchen Cabinet (713,000), At the Movies (450,000) and Restoration Man (339,000).
Who Do You Think You Are? (243,000) was best for SBS ONE followed by Insight (213,000), Tour de France (197,000) and World News Australia (187,000).
Big Bang Theory was best on multichannels at 388,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 16 July 2013