The X Factor stormed home victorious for Seven last night with a live results session while Winners & Losers stayed above the million mark.
Seven's talent show was watched by 1.48 million metro viewers last night, according to preliminary overnight figures from OzTam. Scripted series Winners & Losers hovered above the magic million mark with 1.03 million viewers.
Nine's Tuesday night comedy line-up was spearheaded by The Big Bang Theory which was the third most watched series for the night with 1.06 million people tuned in. A second episode of the geeky US comedy had 790,000 viewers while 2 Broke Girls garnered 715,000 viewers. Two and a Half Men was watched by 553,000 people.
Big Brother drew in 941,000 viewers over its hour-long broadcast.
On Ten, fast-tracked US crime drama NCIS was the network's highest rated series with 825,000 people while NCIS: Los Angeles had 626,000 viewers. I Will Survive was ranked 27th with 384,000 viewers.
Other top 20 programs were Seven News, Nine News, ABC News, Home and Away (Seven), Today Tonight (Seven), A Current Affair (Nine), 7.30 (ABC), Ten News, Modern Family (Ten) QI (ABC) and The Project (Ten).
Across the main channels, Seven won the day with 24.9% of audience share, followed by Nine with 18.9%, Ten with 14.2%, the ABC with 12.3% and SBS had 4.9%.
Sign up to the AdNews newsletter, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for breaking stories and campaigns throughout the day.
Have something to say? Send us your comments using the form below or contact the writer at email@example.com
The AdNews Media Summit is on 19 May, 2016. A top line of of the industry's smartest thinkers will debate the biggest topics in media, advertising, marketing and creativity. Don't miss it, buy tickets here. Buying 5 tickets or more earns you a discount.
Have something to say on this? Share your views in the comments section below. Or if you have a news story or tip-off, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org