House Rules continues to rate its pants off for the Seven Network but there are worrying signs for its drama Winners & Losers which failed to make the top 10 most watched shows on Tuesday.
The third episode of the new season of Winners & Losers on Tuesday was 11th with 831,000, down 160,000 on last week’s launch episode.
It’s the second Aussie drama that has returned in June which has struggled to get a permanent grip on the top 10.
The Nine Network’s House Husbands is in a similar predicament as Winners & Losers in that it also is struggling to finish in the top 10 and garner more than 900,000 viewers.
What is encouraging for Seven is the performance of House Rules which was number one with 1.630 million watchers.
It easily beat Nine News (1.326 million) and Seven News (1.295 million) which were second and third respectively.
Network Ten’s MasterChef continues to simmer in the ratings. It was eighth with 968,000 viewers.