Once again TEN led in primary channel share but was pipped at the post by multichannels elsewhere, this time from Nine.
MasterChef and Offspring both won their timeslots (and topped the Demos), although the latter dipped on last week by 186,000.
Seven News won the news battle, with Home and Away leading at 7pm.
Mad as Hell remained in front of the final Chaser while Tour de France helped SBS to lift their share.
Nine network won with 25.7% then Seven 25.2%, TEN 22.6%, ABC 18.7% and SBS 7.8%.
Nine News was best for Nine with 992,000 / 932,000 then A Current Affair (799,000), David Attenborough’s The Hunt (692,000) and Hot Seat (519,000). The AFL Footy Show was 272,000 in 3 cities and the NRL Footy Show was 216,000 in 2 cities.
Seven News (1.16m / 1.05m) led for Seven followed by Home and Away (825,000), The Chase (671,000 / 412,000), Criminal Minds (550,000) and Border Security: International (532,000 in 4 cities / 435,000 in 3 cities). Wimbledon drew 303,000.
MasterChef Australia was #1 with 1.17m viewers. Offspring drew 779,000. The Project was 742,000 / 544,000. TEN Eyewitness News was 522,000 and Madam Secretary was just 196,000.
ABC News (824,000), 7:30 (726,000), Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (677,000), The Chaser’s Election Desk (655,000), QI (545,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (426,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Byzantium: The Tale of Three Cities (274,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (223,000), Tour de France (147,000) and SBS World News 131,000.
ABC2’s Peter Rabbit hopped to the top of multichannels on 276,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 115,000 / 55,000
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 6 July 2016