MasterChef tops slot, Seven wins Thursday.

It was a sports-free Thursday, with The Chase as top entertainment show and MasterChef best in early evening.

There was no live sport last night leaving viewing as a fairly routine affair.

The Chase was the top entertainment show at 532,000 / 296,000 metro viewers.

MasterChef Australia won its early evening slot at 505,000 then 7:30 (489,000), Foreign Correspondent (385,000), RBT (368,000), Big Brother (358,000) and World’s Most Scenic River Journeys (213,000).

Later The Front Bar led at 338,000 in varying slots then Q+A (282,000), movie: London Has Fallen (245,000) and Law & Order: SVU (242,000 / 157,000).

Seven network won Thursday with 27.4% then Nine 25.2%, 10 19.4%, ABC 17.3% and SBS 10.7%.

Seven News was #1 at 942,000 / 873,000 for Seven. Home & Away was 460,000. The Latest pulled 255,000 and Ramsay’s To Hell and Back was 129,000 in different slots.

Nine News (871,000 / 810,000) was best for Nine with ACA at 572,000 then Hot Seat (440,000 / 287,000).

The Project drew 351,000 / 231,000 for 10. 10 News First was 296,000 / 208,000.

ABC News won at 629,000. Sammy J (297,000), The Drum (166,000) and One Plus One (141,000) followed.

On SBS it was The Real Peaky Blinders (175,000), SBS World News (140,000 / 112,000), Holding (133,000) and Mastermind (84,000).

Father Brown led multichannels at 129,000.

The Morning Show: 156,000 / 99,000
Today Extra: 101,000 / 52,000
Studio 10: 30,000 / 25,000 /

In Total TV numbers last Thursday were:

Masterchef: 796,000
Zelenskyy: The Story: 393,000
Home & Away: 936,000
Q+A: 411,000

OzTAM Overnights: Thursday 12 May 2022

5 Responses

  1. Really enjoying World’s Most Scenic River Journeys on SBS. It is narrated by the actor Bill Nighy, who is trying his best to send the viewer to sleep. The beautiful scenery makes up for this however.

  2. Seven must surely be sorely disappointed with the result. I guess the best they can hope for is that it builds as the season progresses but that is unlikely given what’s happened this week. Celeb apprentice could flop too but if it can’t win on a Thursday against a factual on Nine I don’t hold high hopes.

  3. If it wasn’t for Tim and Reggie being in the house I would give up on BB permanently. I guess if Drew had been voted out they would’ve had to bring him back in or else they wouldn’t have had their three way showmance story with Tully and Sam. We all knew he stayed because of the ads constantly showing the storyline with Tully. Ridiculous

    1. Was strange they had an eviction for 20 plus minutes between two people and we already Drew couldn’t go home as the Promos had him in the house with Tully, what a waste of a drawn out eviction room talkfest. What are they thinking over at 7 so messy.

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