TV Ratings July 22: Ninja Warrior wins for Nine + T-bone gone from MasterChef

Monday Week 30 2019

• Another night of semi-final Ninja Warrior wins for Nine
• T-Bone eliminated from MasterChef a second time


• Seven News 1,122,000/1,037,000
• Nine News 942,000/921,000
• A Current Affair 830,000
• ABC News 647,000
• 7.30 593,000
• The Project 262,000/512,000
• 10 News First 417,000
• The Drum 191,000
• SBS World News 141,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 262,000
• Today 205,000


Home And Away did 678,000 on debut in week 30.

The House Rules final challenge sees the teams remaining having to create a luxury loft in a week. Best reno will be crowned 2019 champion. The start of the Grand Final was on 644,000 after 784,000 on Sunday.

Two episodes of S.W.A.T. then did 370,000 and 250,000.


A shoplifter featured on the first A Current Affair of the new week with 830,000 watching.

Episode two of the Ninja Warrior semi-finals then did 942,000 after 998,000 on Sunday night.

An episode of Murder, Lies & Alibis then did 442,000. The program featured the full never-before-told story behind the greatest bank heist in Australian history.


On The Project, Susie O’Neill spoke about swimmer Mack Horton while actors Travis Fimmel and Luke Bracey discussed a new film. The episode was on 512,000 after 7pm.

MasterChef Australia fan favourite Tim Bone, known in the MasterChef house as T-Bone, has been eliminated for the second time in the competition.

The Prince Harry doppelganger has fallen from the throne one night short of cooking in the Grand Finale, which means Larissa, Tessa and Simon are this year’s Top 3 and will battle it out for the coveted title tonight.

Tasked with recreating Peter Gilmore’s White Coral, the dessert comprised of layers of white chocolate mousse, prune ice cream and jam, brulee, oloroso caramel, chocolate ganache and an oloroso whip.

The penultimate episode did 742,000.

Have You Been Paying Attention? was on 668,000 with a cast featuring Ed Kavalee, Abby Coleman, Marty Sheargold, Ash London and Sam Pang, with guest quizmasters Belinda Sharpe and Ricardo Goncalves.


Back Roads was in Victoria’s wonderful Fish Creek with 645,000 watching.

Four Corners featured part one of Hero or Villain: The Prosecution of Julian Assange from reporter Michael Brissenden and did 509,000.

Media Watch included a report on how Channel 10 had covered the George Calombaris salary scandal. The episode was on 503,000.

Q&A then did 352,000 with UK political strategist Alastair Campbell among the guests.


The channel has found another British Royal Family doco in Spending Secrets Of The Royals which did 173,000 at 7.30pm.

24 Hours In Emergency then did 151,000.

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