Any sunshine House Rules attracted on Sunday had dissipated on Monday, with the show back to third place in the Reality battle.
MasterChef (1.05m) again bettered Reno Rumble (847,000) and House Rules (684,000), reinforcing that viewers are happy to see makeover reveals, but not necessarily all the work in between. Seven’s reality series was fourth in its timeslot, beaten by ABC.
With TEN strong in early evening and Seven underperforming, it was Nine that broke through to win the night.
Nine network won with 27.8% then Seven 25.5%, TEN 20.7%, ABC 19.9% and SBS 6.1%.
Nine News (1.16m / 1.1m) topped Monday for Nine then A Current Affair (984,000), The Big Bang Theory (854,000 / 655,000), Reno Rumble (847,000) and Hot Seat (656,000). Footy Classified was 216,000 in 3 cities.
Seven News (1.12m / 1.07m) was best for Seven then Home and Away (807,000), House Rules (684,000), Million Dollar Minute (581,000), Revenge (535,000 / 483,000). The Amazing Race was 149,000. Talking Footy was 23,000 in 3 cities (97,000 on 7mate).
MasterChef (1.05m) was easily TEN’s strongest show. The Project was 688,000 / 520,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 634,000, Have You Been Paying Attention? returned with 562,000 and Elementary was 133,000.
ABC News (880,000) led ABC’s night then Australian Story (814,000), Four Corners (780,000), Media Watch (733,000), 7:30 (732,000) and Q & A (605,000).
On SBS ONE it was Michael Mosley: Trust Me I’m a Doctor (311,000), Cuba with Simon Reeve (254,000), SBS World News (153,000) and Strip the Cosmos (136,000).
Neighbours led multichannels at 313,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 93,000 / 42,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 11 May 2015