House Rules leads Seven to Monday win
Ratings: A 24hr challenge takes House Rules to the top, while Nine's local drama wins its timeslot.
The episode saw South Australians Bomber and Mel exit the competition, scored lowest in a 24-hour fix-up challenge.
Seven network won the night with a 33.0% share then Nine 25.0%, ABC 17.7%, TEN 15.2% and SBS 4.7%.
Following House Rules for Seven were Seven News (1.24m / 1.13m), Home and Away (963,000), What Really Happens in Bali (806,000), Million Dollar Minute (627,000). Grey’s Anatomy was 365,000 and Talking Footy was 53,000 in 3 cities (86,000 on 7mate).
The Voice (1.37m) was best for Nine then Nine News (1.2m / 1.14m), A Current Affair (1.07m), House Husbands (935,000) and Hot Seat (645,000), Footy Classified was 276,000 in 3 cities.
ABC News (854,000) was strongest for ABC1 then 7:30 (712,000), Australian Story (644,000), Media Watch (613,000), Four Corners (602,000), Q & A (476,000) and QI (464,000).
Masterchef Australia (776,000) remains best for TEN then TEN Eyewitness News (679,000), The Project (663,000 / 423,000). Modern Family was 354,000, 24 was 351,000 and Have You Been Paying Attention? was 227,000.
FIFA World Cup live match was 256,000 on SBS ONE then Pleasure and Pain (188,000), SBS World News (175,000). RocKwiz was 141,000.
We have a new multichannel champ in ABC2’s Let’s Go Pocoyo at 355,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 77,000 / 35,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 16 June 2014