MAFS wins entertainment as Nine takes Tuesday

Nine’s second episode of Married at First Sight won entertainment on Tuesday night, as the network celebrated an overall network share win.

The reality series brought in an average of 862,000 metro viewers, while also winning all three key advertising demos. The premiere last night aired to 869,000 metro viewers.

Next in entertainment was Seven’s Home And Away which pulled in 535,000 metro viewers, followed by the second episode of spin-off series The Voice: Generations which saw 500,000 metro viewers tune in. The premiere aired to 529,000 metro viewers.

The Chase Australia on Seven had 497,000 metro viewers and Ten’s second episode of Survivor Blood v Water brought in 492,000 metro viewers. The launch last night saw a metro audience of 608,000 tune in.

The #1 news program on Tuesday night was Seven News which aired to 989,000 metro viewers, while Seven News at 6:30 had 958,000 metro viewers. Nine News at 6:30 had 870,000. 

As mentioned, Nine won the night, taking an overall network share of 32.5 over Seven’s 26%, while Ten had a 18% share, and the ABC took a 15.3% share.

Nine also won the primary channel share, and the top-rating multi-channel on Tuesday was 7TWO with a share of 3.4%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 25 January, The Australian Open Day 9 night session was the #1 program nationally across linear, with 1.788 million viewers, including 83,000 on BVOD and an uplift of 5%.

The program with the biggest uplift however was an episode of Ten’s NCIS with an uplift of 27% and had a total of 376,000 viewers overall, and BVOD audience of 15,000 nationally.

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