Uh oh. MasterChef All Stars cooks Nine’s Olympic preview
Ratings: Nine's Olympic preview finishes fourth in its slot as MasterChef: All Stars tops the night.
Is this a sign of things to come? MasterChef: All Stars topped the night with 1.25m viewers while Nine’s Olympic preview Let the Games Begin only ranked 486,000 -fourth in its slot.
Hopefully when the medals start rolling in it will be a different story, but those numbers while have Nine execs rather jittery today.
Seven Network was 31.3% then Nine 26.2%, TEN 22.1%, ABC 14.8% and SBS 5.6%.
Seven News was best for Seven with 1.24m followed by Today Tonight (1.04m), Home & Away (943,000), Criminal Minds (937,000), Deal or no Deal (552,000), Grey’s Anatomy (521,000), Better Homes and Gardens (516,000 in 3 cities), The Force (510,000 in 2 cities), and Border Security (461,000 in 2 cities).
Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year and Nine News both scored 1.11m for Nine then ACA (893,000), The Footy Show (759,000), Big Bang (670,000), Hot Seat (596,000). Let the Games Begin was 486,000. in fourth place.
MasterChef: All Stars (1.25m) for TEN. Modern Family was 756,000, TEN News was 703,000, Thursday Night Football was 511,000, The Project 6pm was 451,000, Law and Order: SVU was 316,000.
ABC News was 929,000 for ABC1 then Absolutely Fabulous (667,000), 7:30 (612,000), Paper Giants (340,000) and River Cottage (265,000).
Sicily Unpacked was 270,000 on SBS ONE then Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (218,000) and World News Australia (179,000).
Neighbours led multichannels with 323,000.
The Morning Show: 145,000
The Circle: 62,000