Here we go again. Last night TEN was the top rating primary channel, but Seven’s multichannels helped push them over the line.
But Nine landed in third place overall.
MasterChef topped the night, well ahead ahead of the return of Make You LOL specials and an earlier Britain’s Got Talent.
The return of Winners and Losers was modest at 585,000, fourth in its timeslot.
There was also still big interest in News & public affairs across the networks including for 7:30, A Current Affair and The Project.
Seven Network won with 25.9% then TEN 25.1%, Nine 22.9%, ABC 18.7% and SBS 7.4%.
Seven News drew 1.17m / 1.08m for Seven then Home and Away (825,000), Make You LOL (779,000), The Chase (729,000 / 462,000) and Winners and Losers (585,000). Kiss Bang Love finished on 248,000.
MasterChef was #1 for TEN with 1.17m viewers. NCIS was 724,000, The Project was 702,000 / 511,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 589,000 and NCIS: LA was 488,000 / 279,000.
Nine News 1.07m / 1.02m was best for Nine then A Current Affair (900,000), Britain’s Got Talent (621,000) and Hot Seat (591,000). Arnie’s Greatest Ever Stunts was just 328,000.
ABC News (870,000), 7:30 (777,000), Catalyst (701000), How To Stay Young (641,000), Foreign Correspondent (472,000) and Antiques Roadshow (357,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Great Continental Railway Journeys (320,000), Insight (210,000), SBS World News (173,000) and Dateline (167,000).
Octonauts remained best on multichannels with 237,000.
The Morning Show: 178,000 / 121,000
Today Extra: 171,000 / 113,000
Studio 10: 94,000 / 45,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 6 July 2016