TV Ratings October 30: Seven has 3 of the top 4

• Best of rest: Ambulance, Bride & Prejudice, Barrenjoey Road

• News, H&A, Good Doctor: Seven has 3 of the top 4 in Tuesday win

 

Seven

Home and Away was a timeslot winner nationally last night, but narrowly trailed A Current Affair in metro markets. The daily drama did 627,000 Tuesday after 663,000 on Monday. See Angus Ross interview today on mediaweek.com.au for Seven’s plans for the timeslot.

The second night of Bride And Prejudice did 583,000 after launching on 633,000.

The Good Doctor was on 629,000 after 613,000 a week ago. See: Clive Dickens interview see list of Seven’s hottest streaming properties.

Nine

After starting its week on 757,000, A Current Affair Tuesday dipped to 659,000. Host Tracy Grimshaw will be screening her interview with Barbara Streisand tonight on the program.

The second night of Family Food Fight was on 359,000 after series two launched on 411,000.

A new episode of The Big Bang Theory then did 446,000 followed by a repeat on 339,000.

Two episodes of Kath & Kim had audiences of 213,000 and 188,000.

TEN

Kate Ritchie was on The Project promoting a new kids’ book, but she wandered a little off topic. The episode did 446,000 after the show started the week on 445,000.

Ambulance Australia was then down week-on-week from 684,000 to 613,000.

The US drama FBI did 335,000 after 366,000 a week ago.

ABC

Ask The Doctor featured stress relief last night with 354,000 watching.

The launch of the three-part crime investigation Barrenjoey Road did 411,000 with the episode having a bigger audience than The Good Doctor in Sydney. The ABC true-crime show featured the return to TV of Neil Mercer, working alongside Ruby Jones.

SBS

Michael Portillo’s Abandoned Britain did 272,000 after 274,000 last week. Insight then did 234,000.

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