As it heads towards finals week, MasterChef Australia hit its best figures so far this year.
1.24m viewers was the top show on Wednesday, with a high-pressure service under Marco Pierre White.
Also scoring a season best was Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery on 707,000 viewers -next season ABC should promote her to an 8pm timeslot. It was much higher than the debut of How Not to Behave.
While SBS also had a good night, it was Seven that took line honours, with Seven News outranking Nine’s.
Seven network was 27.7%, TEN was 23.5%, Nine was 21.7%, ABC was 18.6% and SBS was 8.5%.
Seven News (1.01m / 1.05m) ruled for Seven then Highway Patrol (752,000), Home and Away (749,000), Criminal Minds (725,000 / 498,000), Border Security (693,000) and Million Dollar Minute (535,000).
MasterChef (1.24m) topped Wednesday shows. Also scoring for TEN were The Project on 727,000 / 543,000, TEN Eyewitness News (678,000) and Madam Secretary (617,000). Elementary was 263,000.
Nine News (1.07m / 1.05m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (935,000), RBT (617,000), Hot Seat (614,000). Movie: The Great Gatsby only managed 217,000.
ABC News (833,000) led for ABC then season high numbers for Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery on 707,000 followed by 7:30 (626,000), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (620,000), How not to Behave (536,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (476,000).
Good numbers for Dan Snow’s History of Railways (363,000). Next for SBS were 24 Hours in Emergency (226,000), Tour de France (198,000) and SBS World News (187,000).
Big Bang was best on multichannels at 272,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 91,000 / 47,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 15 July 2015