The Chase wins Tuesday entertainment as The Bachelors fails to stick

The Chase on Seven topped Tuesday’s entertainment while Ten’s new format, The Bachelors, continued a downward trend from its launch night, drawing in 273,000 metro viewers.

The Bachelors launched to 309,000 metro viewers on Monday, the show’s lowest metro rating of any premiere episode to date. However, it did manage to top the 16-39s advertising demo again on Tuesday night, while Seven News topped the demos of 18-49s and 25-54s.

As mentioned, The Chase topped entertainment and aired to 488,000 metro viewers, followed by Home and Away on Seven with 469,000 viewers.

A repeat of Travel Guides on Nine attracted 349,000 metro audience, followed by the Big Bash League game between Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades on Seven with 333,000 viewers.

Hot Seat on Nine had 313,000 metro viewers while The Chase, at 5pm on Seven, was viewed by 284,000 metro audience.

Seven News at 6:30 was the #1 program for Tuesday night, bringing in 877,000 metro viewers, followed by Seven News with 859,000 metro viewers. Nine News had 681,000 metro viewers, with Nine News at 6:30 on 668,000 metro viewers. ABC News had 551,000 metro viewers and Nine’s A Current Affair had 542,000.

Meanwhile, Seven won the night, finishing with a share of 31.7%, while Nine had a share of 26%. Ten had a share of 16.6% and the ABC had a share of 15.2%.

Seven also won the primary channel share with 22.2%, and the top-rating multi-channel on Monday was 7Two with a share of 4.5%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for Tuesday 3 January, Seven News was the #1 program nationally across linear, with 1.336 million viewers, including 33,000 on BVOD, and an uplift of 3%. The biggest uplift of the week was Today on Nine and Hard Quiz on ABC, both with an uplift of 7%.

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