Who Owned Tuesday Night’s Ratings

Three owned the night on Tuesday with a line-up that included The Block NZ and Who Owns New Zealand Now.

The Bryan Bruce documentary that the NZ Herald argued never should have been made won the 8.30 hour with a 25-54 average of 5.3% off the back of The Block’s 10.2%.

Viewership was constant over the hour, and even in the 18-49 and 18-39 demos it beat TVNZ 2’s Filthy Rich with respective averages of 4.3% and 4.5% (although the latter started slightly later).

Among household shoppers with kids, the two NZ programmes see-sawed, with the drama edging ahead by one-tenth of a ratings point.

After hitherto dismal ratings, TVNZ 1’s Todd Sampson’s Body Hack showed signs of life with a 25-54 average of 4.1% and 18-49 average of 3.8% to win the 9.30 hour.

Three’s Killer Women With Pier Morgan was neck-and-neck with TVNZ 2’s Love Island in these demos, but out-rated it in the 18-39 stakes and lost to it among HHS.

Although The Block NZ prevailed at 7.30, TVNZ 2’s Australian Survivor made more gains, with 4.6% of 25-54, 4.3% of 18-49, 4.1% of 18-39 and 6.9% of HHS.

Earlier, 1 News was more popular than Newshub Live with viewers 25-54 but lost to it in the other core commercial demos while Shortland Street had 2-3 times the viewership of Seven Sharp and The Project.

Three easily won the night in all the key demos except HHS, which TVNZ 2 owned.

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