Big Brother VIP finale draws in 311K metro viewers as Nine wins Tuesday

Seven’s Big Brother VIP finale episode pulled in just 311,000 metro viewers on Tuesday night.

Viewers chose to crown Perth father-of-three Luke Toki the winner, meaning Ellie Gonsalves and Josh Carroll were evicted. Big Brother VIP returned to screens 19 years after the likes of Kyle Sandilands, Gabbi Millgate, Kimberley Cooper, Anthony Mundine, Warrick Capper and Red Symonds went into the house on Ten in 2002.

(L-R) Josh Carroll , Ellie Gonsalves, and Luke Toki (winner)

Meanwhile, Seven’s Home And Away was the #1 entertainment program on Tuesday night, however it was Nine which celebrated an overall network share win.

Home And Away brought in a metro audience of 540,000, closely followed by Ten’s The Dog House which saw 535,000 metro viewers tune in, while also winning key advertising demo 16-39, and 18-49.

Seven’s The Chase Australia was next in entertainment with 501,000 metro viewers tuning in, followed by Nine’s Travel Guides with 488,000 metro viewers.

The Hundred with Andy Lee – Christmas Special on Nine was next with 399,000 metro viewers, followed by the network’s Hot Seat with a metro audience of 396,000.

The #1 program on Tuesday was Seven News, which had an average of 941,000 metro viewers, ahead of Seven News at 6.30 with 911,000, and Nine News with 858,000metro viewers. Nine News won key advertising demo, 25-54.

As previously mentioned, Nine won the night, taking an overall network share of 28.1% over Seven’s 25.9%, while Ten had a 19.2% network share, and ABC had 17.5%.

Nine also won primary channel share while the top-rating multi-channel for Tuesday was 7TWO with a share of 4.4%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 16 November, Seven News was the #1 program nationally across linear and BVOD television, with 1.475 million viewers including 30,000 on BVOD.

Home And Away was the #1 entertainment program with 1.070 million viewers, including a BVOD audience of 141,000 views, an uplift of 21%.

The program with the biggest uplift however was an episode of Tuesday’s episode of Love Island Australia which had a 147% uplift on overnight figures and had a total of 541,000 viewers overall, and a BVOD of 261,000 nationally.

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