Everybody’s a winner, baby, on Tuesday’s charts.

Everybody’s a winner, baby, on Tuesday’s charts.

There was good news, more or less, for most of the stations last night.

Entertainment doubles of 10 were timeslot winners, Nine led the primary share, Seven won the network share and SBS climbed into double figures.

But the news wasn’t so good for Seven’s new reality contest, which dipped under 300,000 viewers overnight.

Master Chef Australia he then drove his slot to 501,000 7:30 (444,000), Parental orientation (420,000), The ABC’s of (329,000), Million dollar island (273,000) e Who do you think you are? (206,000).

After The cheap seats it won its seat at 395,000 then The guardian of the platypus (291,000), Million dollar murders (206,000), Intuition (175,000) e The rookie (164,000).

While Nine led the main channel’s share, the Seven network won on Tuesday with 26.9%, then Nine 26.2%, 10 19.4%, ABC 17.0% and SBS 10.5%.

Seven news was number 1 with 991,000/909,000. Hunting it outsold entertainment at 565,000/326,000 then Away from home (481,000). The Rookie: Feds it was 119,000.

Nine news (816,000/813,000) was the best for Nine. A current deal it was 637,000 then Hot seat (419,000 / 276,000). Nine late news it was 171,000.

The project he drew 285,000 / 175,000 for 10. 10 news first then he pulled 253,000 / 162,000 NCIS extension (85,000 network-wide).

ABC News he scored 550,000. The houses that built Australia it was 164,000 then The drum (151,000).

On SBS it was News from the SBS world (163,000 / 116,000) then date (146,000). SBS world news delayed they were 88,000.

Ginger and the Vegesaurs it brought the multi-channel to 115,000.

Sunrise: 246,000
Today: 203,000
News Breakfast: 85,000 / 44,000

In Total TV last Tuesday’s numbers were:

The rookie: 470,000
Parental orientation: 828,000

Master Chef Italy: 755,000
Who do you think you are?: 388,000
Away from home: 982,000
The ABC’s of: 539,000

OzTAM Overnight stays: Tuesday 13 June 2023