Hamish & Andy hit one million on the nose last night for Nine, while The Block Glasshouse continued its reign over The X Factor.
Nine's The Block Glasshouse was the second most-watched free-to-air TV show last night, with an audience of 1.128 million.
It set Nine up to win the night overall by taking 31.6% of the audience share, ahead of Seven's 29.7% and Ten's 17.2%.
Seven's The X Factor finished in fourth spot, with 1.088 million viewers across Australia's five metro areas.
And Hamish & Andy's Gap Year South America was eighth, according to preliminary overnight ratings figures from OzTam.
Seven's Home and Away and Winners & Losers also made the top 10, in ninth and 10th spots with audiences of 918,000 and 848,000 respectively.
News programs made up the rest of the top 10, with Nine News attracting the biggest audience of the night, at 1.141 million.
Seven News was the third most-watched program, with 1.116 million viewers, Seven's Today Tonight was fifth with 1.070 million, Nine News at 6.30 was sixth with 1.053 million, and Nine's A Current Affair was seventh with 1.008 million.
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