• Nine share dips, Tracy returns, wins night all people
• MasterChef close to climax with final immunity tonight
• Big Brother has now doubled Seven’s 16-39 audience
Seven News 1,233,000/1,155,000
Nine News 1,129,000/1,001,000
ABC News 810,000
A Current Affair 795,000
The Project 380,000/593,000
10 News 431,000/257,000
The Drum 222,000
SBS World News 217,000
News Breakfast 193,000
Seven: Home and Away was on 639,000 after a week 27 average of 651,000.
Big Brother was on 664,000 after 686,000 a week ago. The series has now doubled Seven’s 16-39 audience for its timeslot year-on-year. Chad and Sophie celebrated their one-month anniversary in the episode with a champagne breakfast for two. When Casey stepped up and won the nomination challenge, she decided to play the long game, nominating Kieran and Marissa for eviction. Marissa then got all five votes.
The second episode of 10 Years Younger in 10 Days did 232,000 after launching with 245,000 last week.
Nine: A Current Affair saw host Tracy Grimshaw returning after nursing a broken foot. The episode did 795,000 after an average of 733,000 last week.
The Voice continued in a week with three episodes of The Playoffs. The Monday instalment did 789,000 after 809,000 on Sunday.
A repeat of the ABBA doco Secrets of Their Greatest Hits was then on 343,000.
The late night footy shows followed. Footy Classified was on 115,000 with 90,000 in Melbourne. 100% Footy did 46,000 with 27,000 in Sydney.
10: Poh was the final guest on The Project in what could be her TV farewell until the final episodes of MasterChef next week. The Project 7pm did 595,000 after averaging 510,000 last week.
In the lead-up to tonight’s final immunity challenge, MasterChef’s Callum, Reynold and Laura won the chance to get that free pass to the final four and final’s week. The Monday episode did 965,000 after 943,000 last week.
Glenn Robbins was the victor on Have You Been Paying Attention? with the episode dipping below 800,000 to 762,000.
ABC: Back Roads was just under 600,000 followed by a visit to recovering bushfire areas on Four Corners with 487,000 watching.
Media Watch then did 479,000 followed by Q+A with 389,000.
The Q+A audience was up week-on-week, but the other three were down.
SBS: The Windsor’s Lost Letters kept the royal family slot alive at 7.30pm with the first of three episodes on 186,000.