Nine’s Travel Guides returns to television with just 584,000 viewers in the metro


The premiere of Nine’s Travel Guides drew less than 600,000 viewers from the metro on Tuesday evening.

The third season of the television series – delayed to 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic – reported a figure of 584,000 when it aired at 7:30 p.m.

Melbourne hosted the most viewers, topping the rankings with 182,000, according to OzTAM.

Travel Guides drew less than 600,000 viewers from the metro on Tuesday night. Pictured: Twin cowgirls Stack and Mel, both 31, on travel guides” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

Down: The premiere of Nine’s Travel Guides drew less than 600,000 viewers from the metro on Tuesday night. Pictured: Twin cowgirls Stack and Mel, both 31, on travel guides

Next come Sydney with 174,000 viewers, Brisbane with 109,000, Adelaide with 60,000 and Perth with 59,000.

Of the total number of metro viewers, 240,000 were aged 25 to 54.

Travel Guide‘s premiere attracted less than 658,000 people tuning into Network 10 I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! at the same time slot.

Postponed: The third season of the television series - delayed to 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic - reported a figure of 584,000 when it aired at 7:30 p.m.  Pictured: Matt, 45, and Brett, 51 on travel guides

Postponed: The third season of the television series – delayed to 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic – reported a figure of 584,000 when it aired at 7:30 p.m. Pictured: Matt, 45, and Brett, 51 on travel guides

Top: Melbourne had the most viewers, topping the rankings with 182,000, according to OzTAM.  Pictured: Mark, 59, Catherine, 57, Victoria, 27, and Jonathon, 29, on Travel Guides

Top: Melbourne had the most viewers, topping the rankings with 182,000, according to OzTAM. Pictured: Mark, 59, Catherine, 57, Victoria, 27, and Jonathon, 29, on Travel Guides

The key demographic for the first part of the episode included 275,000 subway viewers between the ages of 18 and 49, while the elimination round drew 274,000, Ad News reported.

The show drew 339,000 metro viewers among 25 to 54 year olds, while the elimination segment drew 324,000 metro viewers.

Nine News, Seven News and A Current Affair attracted more viewers than Travel Guides, with each show attracting 933,000, 896,000 and 665,000 viewers, respectively.

Butting in: Travel Guide's premiere attracted less than 658,000 people tuning into Network 10's I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!  at the same time slot.  Pictured: Jess Eva popping a pimple on Colin Fassnidge's butt

Butting in: Travel Guide’s premiere attracted less than 658,000 people tuning into Network 10’s I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! at the same time slot. Pictured: Jess Eva popping a pimple on Colin Fassnidge’s butt

The last time Travel Guides aired in 2019, it drew 752,000 viewers on the subway and 964,000 nationwide when it premiered, according to Mumbrella.

Nine aired a screening of The Castle after Travel Guides at 8:30 p.m., which drew 390,000 viewers across the five capitals, the post added.

The network will launch a special Married At First Sight, which will air over two nights, starting this Sunday.

Coming soon: The network will launch a special Married At First Sight, which will air over two nights, starting this Sunday.  Pictured: MAFS couple Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli

Coming soon: The network will launch a special Married At First Sight, which will air over two nights, starting this Sunday. Pictured: MAFS couple Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli


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