It seems all a network needs to do for a ratings winner is stick a comedian, or two, overseas with a camera crew to shoot a pseudo travel series.

Comedian Anh Do is the latest funnyman to attract a big audience on TV.

His new Seven Network series Anh Does Britain proved more popular on Tuesday night than the network's two big dramas Home And Away and Winners & Losers.

Anh Does Britain drew just over a million viewers to be sixth on OzTAM's overnight ratings, ahead of Home And Away (seventh, 996,000) and Winners & Losers (11th, 872,000).

The success of Do's series follows in the footsteps of the Nine Network's Hamish & Andy's Gap Year Asia, which cleaned up the Monday night ratings.

As expected Nine is happy for the duo to continue exploring the world and creating ratings-winning shows.

Andy Lee confirmed to AAP that he and his partner in crime will make at least one more Gap Year because "there are still plenty of places to explore".

Nine's renovation series The Block Sky High, which winds up on Sunday, won Tuesday night's ratings with 1.372 million viewers.

Nine News (1.363 million) was second, followed by Seven News (1.250 million), A Current Affair (Nine) and Today Tonight (Seven).

Network Ten's sci-fi series Under The Dome has drawn a faithful following and again had a Top 10 finish, coming in at No.8 with 967,000 viewers.

Nine's new reality-cooking show The Great Australian Bake Off also rated well pulling an audience of 944,000 for ninth place.

However, Nine's epic series The Bible is losing followers after just two weeks.

It launched a week ago with back-to-back episodes, with the first hour drawing 880,000 viewers giving it 10th place, but on Tuesday the first hour of back-to-back episodes attracted just 601,000 to be 20th overall.