Back in Time for Dinner beats commercial offerings
Ratings: Masterchef wins for TEN, Love Island sinks on 9GO! but Seven wins the night.
ABC’s Back in Time for Dinner has won its slot with 614,000 edging out Shark Tank on 571,000 and Interview on 559,000.
Nine may have been in the game earlier but its MH370 special failed to draw enough viewers.
MasterChef Australia again won its slot at 881,000 over House Rules on 729,000 and Young Sheldon up to 645,000.
It’s worth noting that Who Do You Think You Are? hit a season high of 425,000, proving to be an endurable brand for SBS.
Love Island hit a low of 136,000 for 9GO! failing to make the multichannel top 20.
Seven network won Tuesday with 30.4% then Nine 24.3%, TEN 21.1%, ABC 16.4% and SBS 7.8%.
Seven News (1.05m / 1.01m) was #1 for Seven then House Rules (729,000), Home and Away (700,000), The Chase (623,000 / 398,000), and Interview (559,000).
Nine News (1.02m / 1.02m) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (883,000), Young Sheldon (645,000 / 619,000), Hot Seat (597,000 / 392,000) and MH370: Inside the Situation Room (370,000). Serial Killers with Piers Morgan drew just 249,000.
MasterChef Australia (881,000) won its slot for TEN then The Project (586,000 / 370,000), Shark Tank (571,000), TEN Eyewitness News (436,000) and Family Feud (349,000). NCIS: LA drew 255,000.
ABC News (705,000), Back in Time for Dinner (614,000), 7:30 (511,000), Making Child Prodigies (440,000), Think Tank (264,000), and Secrets of Silicon Valley (217,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was Who Do You Think You Are? (425,000), Insight (192,000), SBS World News (139,000) and Dateline (117,000).
Outback Truckers on 7mate topped multichannels with 240,000.
The Morning Show: 129,000 / 66,000
Today Extra: 106,000 / 67,000
Studio 10: 57,000 / 48,000 / 41,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 29 May 2018