Tracked’s on Track for Three

Last Monday’s premiere of Three’s Tracked didn’t win the 7.30 hour but still finished in the top 10 shows of the night for viewers aged 25-54.

In the commercial demographic that the network targets, the Vinnie Jones-fronted newcomer averaged 3.31% and a 19.71 share (or 67,843 viewers).

It was the third most popular programme of the night on Three, following Newshub Live at 6pm (3.99 rating/23.11 share) and The Project (3.47 rating/20.10 share).

But it was out-rated by TVNZ 2’s MasterChef Australia (4.21 rating/24.43 share) and TVNZ 1’s Fair Go (4.46 rating/25.46 share).

However, Tracked finished ahead of Fair Go stablemate Border Security (2.98 rating/18.50 share) and drew more 25-54 viewers than the previous Monday’s Blow Up (1.99 rating/12.35 share) in the same slot.

TVNZ 1 scored four of the five most popular 25-54 shows for the night (1 News at 6pm, The Chase, Seven Sharp, Fair Go), ahead of MasterChefShortland Street, Newshub Live at 6pm, The Project, Tracked and Home and Away.

Tracked, meanwhile, held most of its 25-54 audience on Tuesday night (2.45 rating/14.81 share) — but still lost to MasterChef (4.57 rating/28.80 share) and TVNZ 1’s Moving Houses (3.77 rating/22.25 share).

It also just slipped out of the top-ten 25-54 shows on Tuesday, finishing 11th when TVNZ 2’s CSI: Vegas (3.11 rating/25.04 share) pipped it for 10th place.

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