Do viewers prefer the glam, property porn of Unreal Estate or the social history and architecture of Streets of Your Town?
Last night they went for the authentic over the sexy, voting with their remotes for ABC with 575,000 viewers versus 436,000 for Nine’s show. Both were trumped by Seven’s Gold Coast Medical on 584,000.
It was a low ranking night but a good one for Seven with First Dates the top entertainment show on 803,000 viewers, down on last week’s 854,000 and topped the demos. 7:30 came second beating a new The Big Bang Theory.
Seven News and ACA both won their timeslots. The Project was best for TEN.
Seven network won Tuesday with 30.7% then Nine 26.9%, ABC 18.7%, TEN 16.4% and SBS 7.3%.
Seven News was #1 with 954,000 / 929,000 for Seven then First Dates (803,000), Home and Away (680,000), Gold Coast Medical (584,000) and The Chase (549,000 / 341,000). Cold Feet drew 294,000.
Nine News (896,000 / 876,000) led for Nine then A Current Affair (826,000), The Big Bang Theory (720,000 / 590,000), Unreal Estate (436,000) and a low Hot Seat (382,000).
ABC News (774,000), 7:30 (721,000), Streets of Your Town (575,000), Catalyst (550,000), Harry Seidler: Modernist (291,000) and Pointless (259,000) comprised ABC’s evening.
The Project (491,000 / 345,000) was best for TEN. TEN Eyewitness News was 439,000, Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics drew 379,000, NCIS: LA was 358,000 and an NCIS repeat was 337,000.
On SBS it was Insight (291,000), Who Do You Think you Are? (255,000), Dateline (179,000) and SBS World News (121,000).
Highway Patrol on 7mate topped multichannels with 227,000.
Today Extra: 181,000
The Morning Show: 168,000 / 79,000
Studio 10: 95,000 / 51,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 15 November 2016