Dancing with the Stars wins for Seven as Keating draws viewers for ABC1

The penultimate episode of Dancing with the Stars drew a metro audience of 1.22m to Channel Seven making it the top program of the night, according to OzTam.

Meanwhile, Keating, the second part of Kerry O’Brien’s interview series with former Prime Minister Paul Keating, was second in the 8.30pm time slot with 781,000 viewers on ABC1.

And Channel Nine’s repeat episodes of The Big Bang Theory averaged 809,000 and 672,000 across the five cities rating second in the 7.30pm timeslot, preliminary overnight metro ratings show.

However The Big Bang Theory repeat was the most watched program in people 25-54, while Dancing with the Stars was second in that demographic.

Ten’s US import NCIS ranked third in the 8.30pm time slot with 740,000 metro viewers making it the strongest performer for the network after Eyewitness News. NCIS was 11th in all people and 13th in people 25-54.

A second episode of Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals at 8pm averaged 482,000 for Ten, and although it was 21st in all programs, the show was 11th in Ten’s target demographic of people 25-54.

Channel Seven’s Sunrise was the top performer in breakfast with an average 401,000 metro viewers while Today had 341,000 on Channel Nine and Ten’s Wake Up averaged 41,000, with the early portion rating 28,000. Studio Ten, Channel Ten’s mid-morning panel show with Ita Buttrose, averaged 38,000, while The Morning Show had 194,000 on Seven and Nine’s Mornings averaged 109,000.

Tuesday’s top 15 shows:

  1. Dancing With the Stars Seven 1,222,000
  2. Seven News Seven 1,118,000
  3. Nine News Nine 1,103,000
  4. Home and Away Seven 974,000
  5. Today Tonight Seven 933,000
  6. A Current Affair Nine 904,000
  7. ABC News ABC1 878,000
  8. The Big Bang Theory -Rpt Ep2 Nine 809,000
  9. Keating ABC1 781,000
  10. 7.30 ABC1 755,000
  11. NCIS Ten 740,000
  12. The Big Bang Theory -Rpt Nine 672,000
  13. Body of Proof Seven 590,000
  14. Hot Seat Nine 590,000
  15. The Big Bang Theory -Rpt Ep 3 Nine 577,000

Tuesday’s share:

  • Seven 25.2%
  • Nine 17.6%
  • ABC1 13.3%
  • TEN 13.1%
  • SBS ONE 4.6%
  • 7TWO 4.6%
  • 7mate 3.9%
  • ABC2 3.3%
  • ELEVEN 3.2%
  • GO! 3.0%
  • Gem 2.8%
  • ONE 2.3%
  • ABC3 0.9%
  • ABC News 24 1.0%
  • SBS 2 1.0%
  • NITV 0.1%

Ratings data is copyright OzTAM and may not be reproduced, published or communicated without the prior written consent of OzTAM.


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