Multichannels saved Seven’s skin last night.
TEN won in primary channels ahead of Nine and Seven -but in an unusual result Seven’s multichannels has pushed them into first place. Credit for that goes to shows like Highway Patrol, The Last Detective and Outback Truckers -who knew?
That will make up for the ailing performance of Kiss Bang Love which slips backwards from 513,000 to 449,000 -despite trending in social media it was again fourth in its slot.
MasterChef topped the demos and won its slot ahead of House Rules and a debut by 20 to One.
Seven network won with 26.5% then Nine 25.7%, TEN 24.7%, ABC 16.5% and SBS 6.7%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.15m / 1.06m for Seven then House Rules (865,000), Home and Away (737,000), The Chase (735,000 / 459,000) and Kiss Bang Love (446,000). Best Bits was just 259,000.
Nine News was 1.09m / 1.08m for Nine followed by A Current Affair (940,000), Britain’s Got Talent (759,000), 20 to One (715,000) and Hot Seat (636,000). 2 Broke Girls was 314,000 / 214,000.
MasterChef won its slot with 1.11m for TEN. The Project was 713,000 / 499,000, NCIS was 706,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 559,000, and NCIS: LA was 465,000.
ABC News (870,000) was best for ABC then 7:30 (713,000), Catalyst (514,000), Revolution School (492,000), Antiques Roadshow (380,000) and Foreign Correspondent (328,000).
On SBS Great Continental Railway Journeys (318,000) was best followed by Insight (248,000), SBS World News (165,000) and Dateline (149,000).
Peppa Pig topped multichannels with 261,000. The NRL Rookie debuted with 128,000 for GO!
The Morning Show: 160,000 / 95,000
Today Extra: 139,000 / 103,000
Studio 10: 98,000 / 57,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 31 May 2016.