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Seven’s The Good Doctor and Instant Hotel clean up Tuesday’s TV advertising demographics

Seven put on a strong performance last night, winning news, the early time slot and the later time slot with its new programming.

Following on from several previous OzTAM’s overnight ratings wins, Seven’s The Good Doctor continued to attract audiences, with a metro audience of 1.131m.

The show commenced two weeks ago with a premiere audience of 1.062m, and since then has continued to drive Seven’s audience share up.

Last night it was the most watched program in total people. It also topped the key advertising demographics – which are made up of the 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s.

And in the earlier time slot, Seven’s Instant Hotel was up on last week’s premiere of 695,000 – to 718,000. It placed second to The Good Doctor across the key ad demographics.

The show’s largest audience came from Melbourne – with 189,000 tuning in.

Seven News also snatched a win off Nine News, with an audience of 960,000 at 6pm, over Nine’s 888,000.

ABC News had a metro audience of 714,000.

Beyond news and current affairs programs, Nine’s most watched show was Family Food Fight, which fell just short of 600,000 metro viewers – at 586,000.

It defeated Ten’s Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food – which ran at the same time with 401,000 metro viewers. Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food was the most watched entertainment program for Ten last night.

ABC’s new television show Screen Time also made the top 20, with 354,000 metro viewers.

Seven had the largest overall audience share at 24.1%, Nine’s share was 17.9%, Ten’s share was 11.5%, ABC had a share of 10% and SBS’ share was 5.6%.

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