TV Ratings July 2: Wimbledon & The Voice give their stations a win

• Women’s Ashes on 9Gem, Panna cotta gets MasterChef pin

Tuesday Week 27 2019

• Not everyone was happy, but Seven wins with Wimbledon
• The Voice gives Nine primary share win, but audience drops
• Women’s Ashes on 9Gem, Panna cotta gets MasterChef pin

 • Seven News 1,092,000/1,019,000
• Nine News 933,000/924,000
• A Current Affair 778,000
• ABC News 633,000
• 7.30 485,000
• The Project 281,000/498,000
• 10 News First 387,000
• The Drum 192,000
• SBS World News 141,000
• Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 256,000
• Today 200,000


After 661,000 on Monday, Home And Away was on 649,000.

Work continued outdoors on House Rules with 563,000 after 584,000 on Tuesday last week.

Actor Stephen Curry was the guest on Andrew Denton’s Interview with 400,000 after 405,000 last week.

The tennis crowd on 7TWO saw 270,000 watching earlier in the evening and then 256,000 later in the night. Seven copped much flack not showing all of the Ash Barty clash, something that Fox Sports and Kayo showed live in full.


A Current Affair was reporting on an investigation into a celebrity doctor after two of his patients died. The Tuesday episode was on 778,000 after 836,000 on Monday.

The penultimate episode of The Voice for 2019 sent five hopefuls home leaving four to battle it out in the Grand Final next Sunday. The episode drifted below 800,000 to 790,000 for only the second time this season. The audience was up though on the 745,000 watching a week ago.

The Big Bang Theory then did 285,000 and 179,000 with repeats ahead of the final episodes to be screened tonight.

The Australian women’s cricket teams started its Ashes series last night with about 40,000 watching the first overs on 9Gem at 11pm.


5SOS and David Walliams were on The Project, but neither were in the studio. Sam Taunton “interviewed” the pop stars while Lisa Wilkinson looked to be in London speaking to Wallaims. He promised there will be more Little Britain in the next couple of years. The episode was on 498,000 after 563,000 on Monday.

Panna cotta again on MasterChef seemed to upset some of the fans, but it was a strategy that gave Larissa an immunity pin that will keep her in the series as its get closer to the climax. The audience was 645,000 after 581,000 last Tuesday.

The second episode of the new season of Todd Sampson’s Bodyhack did 304,000 after 281,000 last week.


The second part of the Ask The Doctor food special did 307,000 after 348,000 a week ago.

The second episode of Blue Water Empire was on 185,000 after launching on 258,000.


Every Family Has A Secret was on 252,000 after 303,000 a week ago.

An Insight repeat then did 231,000.

The provocatively titled 100 Vaginas then did 154,000 in the Dateline slot.

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