Seven dominates Tuesday from Sunrise to bedtime

Seven dominated from first to last on Tuesday, taking the network to a free to air share of more than 30%.

In the morning, Sunrise topped the 400,000 mark, opening up a gap of more than 100,000 on Nine’s Today, according to preliminary overnight metro ratings from OzTam.  

Seven’s Morning Show rated 186,000, well ahead of Ten’s The Circle (116,000) which has itself seen improved numbers in recent days, and Nine’s Kerri-Anne Kennerley (118,000).

Seven also won the late afternoon battle of the game shows with Deal or No Deal (688,000) beating Nine’s Hot Seat (630,000).

And the network then delivered the top four shows of the night, including 1.9m for Packed To The Rafters. With regional audience factored in this rose to 2.769m. Seven News also beat Nine News.

Nine’s three year old Top Gear Botswana special misfired, delivering a metro audience of just 731,000. However, its following new episode of Top Gear rated better, delivering nearly double that audience.

Tuesday’s share:

  • Seven: 30.9%
  • Nine: 23.8%
  • Ten: 19.1%
  • ABC1: 11.6%
  • SBS1: 4.4%
  • GO!: 3.7%
  • 7TWO 2.1%
  • ABC2: 1.3%
  • SBS2: 1.2%
  • ABC3: 0.6%
  • ABC News 24: 0.6%
  • One: 0.5%

Tuesday’s top rating TV shows:

  1. Packed to the Rafters Seven 1.904m
  2. Today Tonight Seven 1.564m
  3. Seven News Seven 1.514m
  4. Minute to Win It Seven 1.355m
  5. Top Gear Nine 1.352m
  6. Nine News Nine 1.247m
  7. A Current Affair Nine 1.228m
  8. Modern Family Ten 1.138m
  9. Home and Away Seven 1.121m
  10. ABC News ABC 1.097m
  11. Two and a Half Men Nine 1.087m
  12. Rules of Engagement Ten 0.950m
  13. Parenthood Seven 0.917m
  14. The 7PM Project Ten 0.902m
  15. NCIS – 8:30pm Ten 0.859m

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