The Block maintains its audience, despite slight Melbourne turnoff
The Block All Stars maintained its audience during its second airing on Tuesday night, again just falling short of 1 million viewers.
But The Block was again trumped by Channel Seven in the early evening timeslot when just over 2.12 million watched My Kitchen Rules. It was also narrowly beaten by Home & Away in the 7pm timeslot.
The Block had 952,000 viewers on Tuesday night, down a tad on its 959,000 viewers on Monday night.
There was a slight fall too in viewers for MKR, which rated 2.22 million on Monday night.
Home & Away had 977,000 viewers on Tuesday night.
Excluding news and current affairs shows, The Block All Stars was a steady fifth overall in the night's ratings, behind MKR, Packed to the Rafters, Big Bang Theory and Home & Away.
The Block lost some viewers on Tuesday night viewers in Melbourne, with a dip of 10% – or 38,000 Melburnians – with 316,000 tuned in.
Sydney lost 6% of its viewers to be 233,000 viewers. But The Block numbers were buoyed by Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide all increasing their audiences.
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