Seven wins Tuesday as Nine’s Families of Crime bombs

Grey’s Anatomy finished strongly for Seven on Tuesday night, with the series finale inflicting the most damage on Nine’s Australian Families of Crime which slumped to an average of less than 600,000 viewers.

Australian Families of Crime – which focused on sexual predators David and Catherine Birnie – ranked only 27th for Tuesday, according to preliminary overnight metro ratings from OzTam.  

Meanwhile Seven’s new game show Minute to Win It raked in an audience of  nearly 1.2 million narrowly beating Nine’s Top Gear in the 7.30pm time slot.

For Ten, Modern Family dropped slightly to 1.524 million viewers while Masterchef held its customary number one spot for the night.

In overall free-to-air viewing Seven won the night with an network nightly share of 28.4 per cent,  followed by Ten with 23.7 per cent and then Nine with 21.1.

Tuesday’s most watched shows:

  1. Masterchef Ten 1.836m
  2. Seven News Seven 1.546m
  3. Today Tonight Seven 1.532m
  4. Modern Family Ten 1.524m
  5. Grey’s Anatomy Seven 1.362m
  6. Nine News Nine 1.334m
  7. NCIS Ten 1.302m
  8. A Current Affair Nine 1.272m
  9. Minute to Win It Seven 1.130m
  10. Top Gear Nine 1.121m
  11. Two and a Half Men – 7:00pm Nine 1.114m
  12. Home and Away Seven 1.103m
  13. ABC News ABC 1.062m
  14. Greatest Cities of the World ABC 0.986m
  15. Ten News Ten 0.942m

Tuesday’s channel share:

  • Seven: 28.4%
  • Ten: 23.7%
  • Nine: 21.1%
  • SBS1: 5.0%
  • 7TWO 2.4%
  • GO!: 1.5%
  • ABC2: 1.5%
  • SBS2: 1.0%
  • ABC3: 0.5%
  • One: 0.5%

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