MasterChef was up over one million viewers to to the show’s best audience since April, however, Nine still managed to continue its Monday winning streak with its fifth straight victory.
MasterChef’s performance did help 10 to record its highest Monday share of the survey while Seven and Nine were steady. In a familiar pattern, Nine won along the east coast with Seven winning in Adelaide and Perth. 10 ranked second in Melbourne (and along the east coast) and won the three younger demographic groups.
In the 25-54 demographic group 30.5% of the audience ahead of Seven (26.0%), Nine (25.8%), ABC (12.5%) and SBS (4.5%). 7Mate was the most popular multichannel in this age bracket.
In the 16-39 demographic group 10 had 35.5% of the audience ahead of Seven (25.6%), Nine (22.0%), ABC (12.4%) and SBS (5.2%). 10 Peach was the most popular multichannel in this age bracket.
In the 7.30 reality battle ground, MasterChef was up 80,000 from the previous week. Meanwhile, The Voice was down 40,000 and just managed to edge out Big Brother that lifted 60,000 from the previous Monday.
Have You Been Paying Attention? again dominated the 8:45/9:00 timeslot lifting to its highest audience in eight weeks. Next best was Nine’s Beatles special with 451,000 while the movie Lucy on Seven managed 235,000. Later, 10’s Adam Hills’ special averaged 259,000.
For ABC, Back Roads was steady, but Four Corners posted a season low of 437,000. However, later Julia Gillard’s appearance on Q+A helped boost the show into the top 20.
Other shows outside the top 20 included
|THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM||Seven||400,000|
|THE PROJECT 6.30PM||10||395,000|
|HOT SEAT -5PM||Nine||346,000|
|ABC LATE NEWS-LE||ABC||293,000|
|10 NEWS FIRST 6PM||10||285,000|
|THE WINDSORS’ LOST LETTERS||SBS||241,000|
|24 HOURS IN EMERGENCY||SBS||193,000|
|SBS WORLD NEWS||SBS||191,000|
|THE LATEST: SEVEN NEWS||Seven||154,000|
|NINE NEWS: LATE EDITION -MON||Nine||98,000|
News Breakfast 207,000
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