Last week at 8:30pm the show premiered to 616,000 viewers. Now in an earlier timeslot, without any “Event” style competition, it dipped to 587,000 viewers. Luckily for TEN the viewers came back for Under the Dome at 773,000, restored at 8:30pm.
The night was won by Seven network with a share of 29.5% then Nine 25.0%, ABC 20.6%, TEN 19.0% and SBS 5.9%.
Nine News topped the night with 1.2m viewers for Nine then A Current Affair (1.00m), Big Brother (812,000 / 445,000), Hot Seat (691,000) and The Big Bang Theory (618,000 / 615,000).
Seven News (1.18m) was best for Seven then The Force (1.13m), Border Security (1.09m), Winners and Losers (1.00m), Home and Away (952,000), Body of Proof (477,000), Deal or No Deal (459,000) and ABBA: When Four Become One (179,000).
ABC News again won its slot with 959,000 viewers. Next were Clive James: The Kid from Kogarah (945,000), 7:30 (852,000), Foreign Correspondent (703,000), At the Movies (595,000) and The Book Club (307,000).
Under the Dome (773,000) was TEN’s best followed by The Project (600,000), Recipe to Riches (587,000), TEN News (583,000) and NCIS: LA (451,000). The Simpsons was 345,000.
The return of Who Do You Think You Are? pulled 387,000 for SBS ONE then World News Australia (234,000), Insight (167,000) and Dateline (158,000).
ABC2’s Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom led multichannels with 295,000 viewers.
Seven News at 7: 118,000
Nine News at 7:00: 64,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 3 September 2013