Masterchef, HYBPA? lead slots on Monday

Last night 10 shows led from 7:30, with Nine and Seven losing hefty audiences once their reality shows ended.

MasterChef Australia was again the top entertainment drawcard and topped the demos at 943,000 viewers.

It defeated The Voice (777,000), 7:30 (691,000), Big Brother (686,000) and Back Roads (641,000).

Later Have You Been Paying Attention? (824,000) was ahead of Four Corners (544,000) and Media Watch (524,000) while Guy Sebastian: The Man, The Music was 378,000 and 10 Years Younger in 10 Days struggled on just 245,000.

Nine Network won Monday with 28.1% then Seven 24.0%, 10 22.7%, ABC 17.9% and SBS 7.3%.

Nine News (1.13m / 1.05m) was best for Nine. A Current Affair drew 801,000 then Hot Seat (588,000 / 360,000).

Seven News (1.14m / 1.1m) was #1 for Seven. Home and Away was 657,000 then The Chase (638,000 / 376,000).

The Project drew 584,000 /348,000. 10 News First (429,000 / 283,000) and Kinne Tonight (319,000) followed.

ABC News (868,000) won its slot. Q&A (331,000) and The Drum (228,000) also ranked for ABC.

On SBS it was SBS World News (205,000), Secrets of the Royal Servants (183,000), 24 Hours in Emergency (156,000), Why Do I Put on Weight? (111,000) and Mastermind (103,000).

NCIS led multichannels on 176,000.

Sunrise: 268,000
News Breakfast: 127,000 / 75,000
Today: 183,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 29 June 2020

12 Comments:

  1. I also wouldn’t be surprised if BB’s ratings dropped now that the biggest personality is out. What concerns me is that not only are we left with bland housemates but that when it comes time for us to vote on a winner we will be no closer to understanding who they really are, because this format doesn’t encourage that. For example, housemates have commented that Mat would be hard to beat in the final because he’s a loveable larrikin from Broken Hill, but that’s barely translating to viewers. Same with Dan being a likeable jock, Kieran being a goofy kid who can’t drive etc.

    What they tried so hard to set up in the pre-show adverts was the care factor, people we could get invested in. Instead all we get is strategising and gameplay (none of which has been very good btw), and too much of it at the hands of shoddy editing. I couldn’t care less who wins.

  2. Last night’s HYBPA felt a bit tighter and slicker, fewer zoom call hesitation pauses than normal. Almost seamlessly like the usual show (apart from the deliberate jokes playing with the adjusted format).

  3. Wonder when Nine will make a call on another complete refresh of Today? I would think end of the year. Really starting to trail Sunrise and News Breakfast now.

  4. Despite saying I wouldn’t, I ended up watching BB. I wonder if ratings will go down now that the most entertaining housemate is gone. I’ve certainly lost interest. I can’t stand Mat and would be angry if he wins with that two-faced “simple Aussie bloke” routine. Once Marissa goes (she’s undoubtedly next), it’s just another BB season with a bunch of bland, white 20-somethings.

    • I’m wondering too if the ratings will suffer because of Angies departure. Out of all of them she’s the only one who had an ounce of personality and I think she’s the only one who has the possibility of a post BB media career. I agree the rest that are left are bland and after watching last night I don’t really care who wins now. I think Casey spoke for the first time last night haha. Closely followed by Xavier. Obviously the Producers are bored with them too by not showing them. I really don’t like Dan and Matt. Perhaps Chad for the win but I don’t feel like I need to watch every episode now to get my dose of Angelicious!!!

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