Lego Masters’ third episode stays above 1m metro viewers

Nine’s Hamish Blake-fronted Lego building reality competition Lego Masters has managed to hold a strong audience as it continues its first week, staying above 1m metro viewers for episode three.

The show drew a metro audience of 1.035m viewers and a national audience of 1.397m. It also topped all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s.

Viewers are loving Lego Masters

Hot on its heels was Ten’s Masterchef which brought in 908,000 metro viewers and 1.178m nationally. It took the second spot in all three of the key advertising demographics.

Seven didn’t do as well in the 7.30pm primetime slot – House Rules brought in 502,000 metro viewers and 800,000 nationally. Seven did have the most-watched program of the night though – Seven News drew 1.258m metro viewers and 1.977m nationally.

Nine News brought in 1.148m metro and 1.488m national viewers. It took both third and fourth spot in the two older demographics – 18-49s and 25-54s. The Project brought in 610,000 metro viewers and took third spot in the 16-39s.

ABC News held a viewership of 912,000 metro viewers and 1.320m nationally. 7.30 delivered 695,000 metro viewers and Foreign Correspondent 577,000.

Nine was the winner of Tuesday night overall with an audience share of 29.7% as a network and 22.7% as a channel. Seven delivered 24.1% as a network and 16.5% for its main channel while Ten held 20.5% and 14.8%. ABC secured 16.5% as a network and 12.0% for its main channel. The most-watched multi-channel was 10 Bold with 3.9%.


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