TV Ratings July 10, 2022: Nick Kyrgios goes down in Wimbledon Final but Nine #1


• MasterChef #1 entertainment program with Peter Gilmore Pressure Test

• Big crowd tunes in for Wimbledon Final despite its late start
• Big Brother has a rare Sunday night ep as it kicks off GF week
• Total TV: Mystery Road: Origins has a huge surge

Total TV Ratings, July 3

The ABC’s Mystery Road: Origins was the top entertainment program in the total TV ratings, with a robust audience of 968,000, following an increase in its overnight audience of 53%. 

10’s MasterChef Australia was the top commercial entertainment program in the total TV ratings with 947,000 viewers, an increase of 17% on its overnight viewership. The episode saw the show headed to Tasmania for Finals Week. After pulling on their waders to visit an oyster farm, the cooks headed to the outdoor kitchen.

Australian Ninja Warrior had 835,000 viewers (up 14%) as the show gave away the final Power Pool advantage and introduced the Bowl Cut Ninjas.

On Seven, 7NEWS Spotlight had 732,000 viewers in (up 5%) as the show brought the stars of Strictly Ballroom back together to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the iconic film.

Overnight TV Ratings, July 10

Primetime News
Seven News 974,000
Nine News 866,000
ABC News 588,000
10 News First 266,000 (5:30pm)/ 233,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 168,000 (6:30pm) 126,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
Insiders 375,000
The Project 255,000 (6:30 pm)/382,000 (7pm)

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 216,000
Today 163,000
News Breakfast 163,000

Nine enjoyed a big win last night in the TV ratings survey, after registering both a winning primary share (29.4%) and network share (37.2%).
Nine’s NRL coverage of the Brisbane Broncos and the St George Illawarra Dragons had 320,000 viewers, with 145,000 of that audience tuning in from Sydney and a further 138,000 watching from Brisbane.
In primetime, Australian Ninja Warrior kicked off Grand Final Week with 599,000 tuning in. 60 Minutes then followed with 449,000 as Tom Steinfort investigates the case of Melissa Oates who drunkenly ran over her boyfriend, and served 8 months in prison.
At 11:00pm, 785,000 watched one of the biggest Australian tennis matches this century as Nick Kyrgios went down to Novak Djokovic in the final of Wimbledon in four sets. This was the top non-news program for the night, despite the late start.

On Seven, 335,000 watched the broadcaster’s afternoon AFL coverage, before 7NEWS Spotlight had 645,000 as it went behind the scenes of new PM Anthony Alabense’s life.  At 8:00pm, a rare Sunday night episode of Big Brother had 278,000 viewers as finals week kicked off with Reggie betraying Taras by eliminating Aleisha.

On 10, The Sunday Project had 262,000 (6:30pm) and 371,000 (7:00pm) as the show covered the protests in Sri Lanka, Micheal Klim’s health battle, Wimbledon, and spoke to Dave Hughes.
MasterChef Australia was then the top entertainment program of the night with 604,000 viewers. The episode saw Keyma sent home after Peter Gilmore of Quay and Bennelong presented a Pressure Test of a savoury dish – raw Abrolhos Island scallop, katsuobushi cream and sea cucumber crackling, and a sweet dessert – “Moo”.

On the ABC, Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery had 427,000 viewers before the second episode of Mystery Road: Origin had 309,000 viewers.

The top non-news program on SBS was France: A Journey Through Time with 126,000 viewers. The ninth stage of the Tour de France then had 123,000 viewers. 

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