Lego Masters picks up 40,000 extra viewers, takes top spot for Tuesday night

1.068m metro viewers tuned in to Nine’s Lego Masters last night, making it the most-watched show for the evening and giving Nine the lead in the audience share with 22.8%.

The show gained 40,000 viewers from Monday night when it dipped to its lowest figure of 1.022m.

Nine also won the 8:30pm slot with The Big Bang Theory which saw 656,000 metro viewers tune in.

The second and third spot for the night went to the first and second half of Seven News which pulled 1.060m and 1.014m respectively. Seven’s next most-watched program was The Chase with 645,000 viewers, while House Rules dropped to 534,000.

Ten had the premiere of CJZ-produced comedy Mr Black, which stars Stephen Curry, at 8:30pm. It brought in 471,000 metro viewers with that figure rising to 650,000 when combined with regional numbers.

Masterchef took second place in the prime-time 7:30pm slot with 654,000 viewers, a slight jump on previous outings but still shy of the 715,000 premiere figure.

Lego Masters continued to shine in the key advertising demographics of 16 – 39, 18 – 49 and 25 – 54, taking the top spot in all three. Masterchef held second place in 16 – 39s, while Big Bang Theory got the second spot in the latter two.

ABC News was the most-watched on the ABC with 755,000 metro viewers, followed by 7.30 on 601,000.

Seven held second place in the primary channel audience share, sitting behind Nine with 18.6%. Ten followed on 12.6%, followed by ABC on 11.6%.

The network audience shares told a similar tale, Nine came out in front on 31.2%, followed by Seven on 25.8% and Ten on 18.6%. ABC held 16.2%.

SBS’ primary channel had 5.6%, while the network had 8.2%.


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