The Block: Triple Threat final room reveal beats My Kitchen Rules ahead of Tuesday finale

The BlockLast night’s final room reveal for The Block: Triple Threat managed to push My Kitchen Rules from the top spot in the ratings, with the reveal of the apartments’ terraces watched by 1.423m ahead of the auction on Tuesday night.

Seven’s My Kitchen Rules, also in the 7.30pm timeslot, was watched by 1.417m, while the main part of The Block had an audience of 1.218m.  The Block room reveal and The Block: Triple Threat were the most-watched and second-most watched shows across the key advertising demographics (16-39, 18-49 and 25-54), with MKR the third-most watched show.

Despite the success of The Block, Seven still managed to win the night with an audience share of 23.8 per cent, just head of Nine’s share of 23.2 per cent. The ABC claimed third place with a share of 11.1 per cent as Ten slipped below double digits with a share of 9.1 per cent.

On Ten, Shark Tank at 7.30pm was watched by 480,000, down from last week’s audience of 548,000, and was easily out-rated by the ABC’s Inside the Commons which at 7.40pm was watched by 543,000 metro viewers.

In the 8.30pm timeslot, 60 Minutes on Nine grabbed 901,000 viewers but was beaten by Seven’s Sunday Night which had a metro audience of 1.064m. Both shows thumped Ten’s NCIS: New Orleans offering which only pulled 355,000 viewers while the ABC’s Poldark, airing from 8.40pm, was watched by 567,000.

Nine’s Stalker, airing at 9.50pm, saw its audience slide from 482,000 to 416,000 and was just beaten by Seven’s Castle, airing at 9.30pm, which pulled an audience of 424,000.

In news, Seven News won the night with a metro audience of 1.366m while Nine News was watched by 1.305m.

Over the weekend, Anzac Day coverage pulled solid numbers for the ABC on Saturday, with 654,000 metro viewers tuning in for the broadcast of the Anzac Day March.

Coverage of the various dawn services across the world saw an audience of 663,000 tuning in for the Dawn Service in Gallipoli and 449,000 watching the service in Villers-Bretonneux.

On Saturday Seven News and Nine News at 6pm were the most watched shows with 1.191m and 910,000 respectively, whilst Seven’s decision to show the AFL rather than the service at Gallipoli on its main channel also saw it grab 758,000 viewers, the third most watched program of the day. Its coverage of the dawn service was shown on multichannel Seven Two.

Top 15 Shows:

2 MY KITCHEN RULES-SUN Network 7 1,417,000
3 SEVEN NEWS – SUN Network 7 1,366,000
4 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Network 9 1,305,000
5 THE BLOCK TRIPLE THREAT -SUN Network 9 1,218,000
6 SUNDAY NIGHT Network 7 1,064,000
7 60 MINUTES Network 9 901,000
8 ABC NEWS SUNDAY-EV Network ABC 878,000
9 POLDARK-EV Network ABC 567,000
10 INSIDE THE COMMONS-EV Network ABC 543,000
12 MODERN FAMILY EP 2 Network TEN 512,000
13 SHARK TANK Network TEN 480,000
14 SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE Network 9 475,000
15 MODERN FAMILY Network TEN 463,000

Audience Share:

Network 7 24.7%
Network 9 23.2%
Network ABC 11.1%
Network TEN 9.1%
Network 7mate 6.7%
Network GO! 4.1%
Network 7TWO 3.8%
Network Gem 3.7%
Network SBS ONE 3.5%
Network ONE 2.6%
Network ABC2 2.5%
Network ELEVEN 2.1%
Network ABC News 24 1.2%
Network SBS 2 1.0%
Network ABC3 0.6%
Network NITV 0.1%

Total Audience Share:

Network 7 TTL 35.2%
Network 9 TTL 31.0%
Network ABC TTL 15.3%
Network TEN TTL 13.8%
Network SBS TTL 4.6%

Data © OzTAM Pty Limited 2015. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of OzTAM.


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