Seachange and The Block help Nine to a narrow win on Tuesday night

A very tight battle on Tuesday night has seen Nine take the winning channel share but Seven edge ahead in the overall network share, giving it the win despite pressure from The Block and Seachange.

Nine held a 20.4% channel audience share over Seven’s 20.1%, but in the network share it was Seven on 28.4% above Nine’s 27.8%.

Seven’s Tuesday night programming included Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly

The most-watched show for the evening was Seven News with 1.051m metro viewers, while The Block beat Nine News 852,000 metro viewers to 839,000. Seven’s most-watched entertainment program was Home and Away with 687,000.

Ten’s most popular offering was Australian Survivor, which brought in 793,000 metro viewers, its highest since the premiere of 807,000. The show also proved popular with the three key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s – topping all three, followed by The Block.

557,000 metro viewers watched Seachange, back up from 533,000 last week, putting it just above Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly on Seven which brought in 519,000. ABC News delivered 585,000 metro viewers, making it the most-watched for the broadcaster, followed by 7.30 which brought in 489,000.

Behind Nine and Seven in the channel audience share, Ten held 14.8% and ABC 10.5%. At a network level, Ten held 20.7% and ABC 15.1%. The most-watched multi-channel was 7Mate with a 3.8% share.


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