Another elimination brings 774,000 metro viewers to I’m A Celebrity

774,000 metro viewers tuned in on Tuesday night to watch another celebrity leave the jungle on Ten’s I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here. The program which ended four minutes after OzTam scheduled times, had a confirmed national viewership of 1.02m for its elimination and 981,000 for the episode leading up to it.

720,000 metro viewers watched the episode, which also topped all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s.

Nine’s Australian Open coverage continued with Nick Kyrgios taking on Lorenzo Sonego at 7.20pm to 736,000 metro viewers. That’s a 32% rise on Kyrgios’ first match in 2019, with a national average audience of just over 1m viewers.

Rafael Nadal’s match against Hugo Dellien which aired at 2.30pm brought in 263,000 metro viewers. Overall, the night coverage was the most-watched with an average viewership of 672,000 metro viewers.

Seven’s Big Bash League match between the Melbourne Renegades and Hobart Hurricanes brought in 348,000 metro viewers for the first session and 324,000 for the second.

Seven News was again the most-watched overall with 875,000 metro viewers. Nine News drew 810,000 and ABC News 609,000. 492,000 watched Ten’s The Project at 7pm.

In the audience shares overall Nine took an easy win for the night with a 30.6% network share above Seven’s 24.7% and Ten’s 21.8%. ABC Network held 14.8% and SBS 8.0%.

Nine’s main channel had an audience share of 23.1%, Seven 15.2% and Ten 15.1%. ABC drew 9.0% and SBS 4.1%. The most-popular multi-channel was 7mate with 4.3%.


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