(All ratings – 5 city metro combined and individual capitals – all figures in thousands)

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Primary Channels

Tuesday is, by far, drawing the biggest audiences for the week, and whilever My Kitchen Rules & Packed To The Rafters run back to back on it, Ch7 will own it. That said, Ch10 had NCIS run over 1m also, but the closest Ch9 could come was with their 6pm News service at 994K. While Ben Elton: Live From Planet Earth didn’t do great, a return to the Adults Only: 20 to 1 performed better but wasn’t necessarily better television. While Conviction Kitchen is good, it should be noted that it’s dropping at least half it’s lead in from Rafters each night the past two weeks. It will be interesting to see how it performs Mon 8:30pm next week instead. Even a Young Talent Time reunion (of sorts) couldn’t lift A Current Affair above 1m.

Timeslot winners (nationally):
6:00pm: Seven News – Ch7
6:30pm: Today Tonight – Ch7
7:00pm: Home and Away – Ch7
7:30pm: My Kitchen Rules – Ch7
8:30pm: Packed To The Rafters – Ch7
9:30pm: NCIS (rpt) – Ch10

Channel 7 win the night in primary channels by 9.3% on Channel 9. Ouch.

Digital Multi-channels

With such a strong Tuesday night on the primary channels (OK, well, on Channel 7 anyway), there isn’t the normally large audience on the digital multis on Tuesdays, and the race is much tighter. 7mate won on 3.0%, then 7Two, GO! & Eleven tie for second place with 2.9%, GEM a close third on 2.8%. Go figure!

Neighbours always wins – this is proving to be a great result for Eleven. While the figures weren’t awesome when on Ch10 last year, and no better now, they do at least have the chance to claim top program across all the digital multis. Smart marketing. That said, all programming 8:30-9:30pm suffers the Rafters effects – so shows like The Office (US) get owned (68K for ep1).

The 7 Network win the night without question – nearly 10% on the 9 Network.