Amazing Race Entertainment Show # 1
Prime Time News
Seven News 1,057,000 (6:00 p.m.) /991,000 (6:30 p.m.)
Nine News 899,000 (6:00 p.m.) / 882,000 (6:30 p.m.)
ABC News 696,000
10 News First 363,000 (5:00 p.m.) / 249,000 (6:00 p.m.)
SBS World News 186,000
The Project 287,000 (6.30 p.m.) / 496,000 (7.00 p.m.)
The drum 173,000
Breakfast news 195,000
Late night news
ABC Latest News 72,000
Nine won her ninth consecutive day thanks in large part to the performance of the Australian Open. The broadcaster had a primary share of 24.5% and a network share of 32.6% which were both comfortably No.1.
The Australian Open’s first night session averaged 668,000 and was No. 1 in 16-39. The highlight of the evening was Novak Djokovic defeat Alexander Zverev with a metro audience of 440,000.
The Seven, Holey moley had 436,000, which was down from the 469,000 the show had last Tuesday night, and was the lowest metro average the show has produced this year.
In the episode, policeman and dragon boat racer, Therese Thoi, bombarded his opponents with a striking display of golfing skills to win the plaid jacket and gold putter locking his place in the grand final.
Following Holey moley was The good doctor with the American drama receiving 300,000 viewers, up from 284,000 last week.
The 10 The incredible race Australia was 554,000, which was an increase from the 510,000 from last Tuesday. The show was No. 1 among 18-49 and 25-54.
Fantastic race was in Alice Springs and the Footy Mates had the power to do a Salvage and Sabotage. The rescue went to the Kimberley Cousins who scored their own driver for the leg span, while the Super Sikhs, who received the sabotage, were forced to wear a large plush kangaroo for their leg. Fortunately for the less performing teams, it was a stage without elimination.
At The project, the panel discussed Canberra’s toxic culture and met Tana the rock ‘n roll roadie. The 6:30 p.m. slot had 287, while the 7:00 p.m. slot had 496,000.
About ABC 7:30 was 520,000 when Leigh Sales interviewed Bill Gates. This was followed by Foreign correspondent with 398,000, then Catalyst with 296,000.
SBS broadcast Great continental rail journeys with 205,000 viewers.