MasterChef on Ten won Monday’s entertainment, but it was Nine who celebrated the overall win on the network.
The episode was broadcast to an average of 624,000 viewers on the subway, however it was “Did You Pay Attention?”. who won all three key promotional demos.
Last night we were in truffle paradise 🙌 Watch now on 10 play. https://t.co/kQiSqOGwGG
— MasterChef Australia (@masterchefau) July 4, 2022
The next entertainment was “Did you pay attention?”. on Ten, which attracted 598,000 metro viewers, followed by The Chase Australia on Seven with a metro audience of 586,000.
ABC’s “Australian Story” attracted 513,000 metro viewers, while Nine’s Hot Spot attracted an average of 482,000 metro viewers.
“Home and Away on Seventh” had 484,000 subway viewers, while “Celebrity Apprentice on ninth” was watched by an average of 467,000 subway viewers.
In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report on June 27, Seven News became the leading national linear television program with 1.585 million viewers, including 41,000 on BVOD, and a 3% growth. The program with the largest increase among the top 20 programs was 9-1-1 Lonestar on Seven with a 63% increase which was watched by 402,000 TV viewers and 52,000 on BVOD.
Seven News was the #1 subway program on Monday with 1.031 million subway viewers, followed by Seven News at 6:30 a.m. with 998,000 subway viewers. Nine News was next with 938,000 subway viewers and Nine News at 6:30 a.m. with 887,000 viewers.
Current Affairs drew 688,000 viewers on the subway, ABC News was watched by 667,000 people, and ABC News at 7:30 was watched by 593,000 viewers in all five major capitals.
As mentioned, in Monday’s total network share, Nine won the night with a 31.3% network share, ahead of Seven with 23.4%, Ten finished with a 21.1% share and ABC 16.7%.