TV Ratings July 14: World Cup cricket gives Nine network victory

• Seven enjoys a Sunday primary channel win

• Seven News 1,115,000
• Nine News 1,031,000
• ABC News 628,000
• The Project 241,000/431,000
• Insiders 282,000
• 10 News First 259,000
• Offsiders 206,000
• SBS World News 126,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 241,000
• Today 182,000


Shayn & Carly returned to their brand-new Aussie dream garden on House Rules with the backyard earning a perfect 10 from the homeowners for Lisa & Andy who also won praise from the judges for their “genius” secret fairy garden. The episode did 732,000.

Sunday Night then did 434,000.

Seven managed to win the primary channel night with some help from the Wimbledon men’s final that got underway at 11pm. The coverage was watched by an average of 403,000. The epic match didn’t end until well into Monday meaning the ratings are to be split over 2 days.


Australian Ninja Warrior was on 899,000 for its first Sunday this season after audiences of 1m and 879,000 last week.

60 Minutes then did 571,000 followed by Suburban Gangsters on 261,000.

The World Cup Cricket on 9Gem saw many people willing New Zealand to a win, and they came so close. The audience watching the NZ innings after 7.30pm was 361,000. There was still over 100,000 watching by the time the England innings got underway, yet the game didn’t wrap until well into the Monday ratings.


The Project featured singer Jessica Mauboy and filmmaker Ian Darling (The Adam Goodes doco The Final Quarter) with 431,000 watching after 7pm.

Finals week started on MasterChef as tears were shed with letters from home arriving for the top six. The episode was on 605,000.

FBI then did 211,000.


The Planets did 490,000 in what promises to be a big week for space nerds.

Harrow then did 462,000.


Chasing The Moon was the channel’s best on 144,000.

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