Reynold scored three perfect 10s last night in MasterChef, the first of the season, but it wasn’t enough to win Immunity in pairs, or for the show to topple The Voice‘s 1.43m for Nine.
Nine’s combo of Reality and Sport proved unbeatable, ahead of an assured Wednesday win with State of Origin. Much of the chatter revolved around feuding coaches rather than discovered talent.
Elsewhere last night SBS was low at 7:30pm despite a good lead-in by SBS World News.
Nine Network was 33.5% then Seven 25.1%, TEN 21.5%, ABC 14.0% and SBS 5.9%.
The Voice (1.43m) won for Nine followed by Nine News (1.23m / 1.22m), A Current Affair (1.02m) and Hot Seat (672,000). Embarrassing Bodies Down Under was 390,000 in 2 cities, The Footy Show was 385,000 in 3 cities, Extraordinary Lives was 192,000 in 2 cities and Plonk was 85,000 in 1 city.
Seven News (1.04m / 950,000) was best for Seven then House Rules (779,000), Home and Away (701,000), Million Dollar Minute (548,000) and Movie: The Bourne Legacy (481,000).
MasterChef Australia (1.08m) led for TEN. The Project was 677,000 / 514,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 657,000, NCIS was 496,000 and NCIS: LA was 261,000.
ABC News (831,000), 7:30 (662,000), Foreign Correspondent (493,000), Antiques Roadshow (369,000), New Tricks (366,000) and Wonders of Life with Brian Cox (221,000) made up ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Insight (202,000), SBS World News (200,000), Dateline (186,000), Tour de France (177,000) and Who Do You Think You Are? (144,000).
Neighbours led multichannels with 237,000.
The Morning Show: 144,000 / 78,000
Mornings: 132,000 / 112,000
Studio 10: 79,000 / 45,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 7 July 2015