MasterChef can’t save Jack Bauer for TEN
Ratings: Great numbers for MasterChef are lost by 24. Nine wins Monday.
24 plummeted to just 329,000.
By contrast Nine held viewers for much longer and Seven’s drops were less dramatic.
Nine network won the night with 31.% share then Seven 27.2%, ABC 19.2%, TEN 16.7% and SBS 5.9%.
The Voice topped the night with 1.32m viewers, up on last week due to no competition from House Rules. Next for Nine were Nine News (1.27m / 1.2m), A Current Affair (1.08m), Hot Seat (707,000), House Husbands (453,000). Footy Classified was 273,000 in 3 cities.
Seven News (1.24m / 1.14m) led for Seven then Home and Away (918,000), Anh Does Brazil (765,000), Million Dollar Minute (673,000), What Really Happens in Bali (626,000). Grey’s Anatomy was 361,000 / 271,000. Talking Footy was 40,000 in 3 cities (76,000 on 7mate).
ABC News (877,000) topped ABC1 followed by Australian Story (787,000), 7:30 (720,000), Four Corners (687,000), Media Watch (652,000) and Q & A (553,000).
MasterChef Australia topped the magic million at 1.07m for TEN then good numbers for TEN Eyewitness News (732,000). The Project was 605,000 / 360,000, The Bold and the Beautiful was 417,000, 24 was 329,000, Modern Family was 306,000 and Have You Been Paying Attention? was 268,000.
Pain Pus and Poison (231,000) was best for SBS ONE followed by Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature (207,000), Tour de France (182,000) and SBS World News (167,000).
Peppa Pig was best on multichannels at 324,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 67,000 / 29,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 7 July 2014