The Block, The Hundred win slots but Seven claims Tuesday.

The Block, The Hundred win slots but Seven claims Tuesday.

With a current timeslot stoush that has spilled into the media, yesterday Nine issued a press release around the dominance of The Block.

It followed up last night with a victory at 621,000 metro viewers and topping all the demos.

That was enough to eclipse MKR (559,000), 7:30 (432,000), Kitchen Cabinet (350,000), Shark Tank (223,000) and Great British Railway Journeys (157,000).

Later a season finale for The Hundred with Andy Lee led with 332,000 then RFDS (324,000) with a big lift in Total TV, The Whiteley Art Scandal (320,000) and The Cheap Seats (306,000).

A second Neighbours episode drew 113,000 / 38,000.

Seven network won Tuesday with 31.6% then Nine 28.4%, ABC 17.2%, 10 14.7% and SBS 8.1%.

Seven News was #1 at 853,000 / 850,000 then The Chase (468,000 / 313,000) and Home & Away (463,000). Ambulance: Code Red was 127,000.

Nine News drew 795,000 / 768,000 for Nine. A Current Affair led with 679,000 then Hot Seat 374,000 / 250,000. Love Triangle was 103,000.

ABC News pulled 584,000 for ABC. Makers of Modern Australia (153,000) and The Drum (134,000) followed.

The Project managed 256,000 / 153,000 then 10 News First was 198,000 / 140,000 then NCIS (113,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (142,000 / 119,000), Insight (112,000) and Dateline (59,000).

Would I Lie to You? led multichannels at 111,000.

Sunrise: 207,000
Today: 183,000
News Breakfast: 94,000 / 52,000

In Total TV numbers last Tuesday were:

RFDS: 795,000
The Block: 1.08m
MKR: 1.03m
Shark Tank: 419,000
Home & Away: 947,000
Kitchen Cabinet: 648,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 19 September 2023