TV Ratings June 15, 2023: A world-first on MasterChef sees Rue’s winning product placed in Coles

Masterchef Rue Sauce

Port Adelaide took on Geelong in the AFL

Home and Away brought in over 800k in Total TV

Total TV Ratings, June 8

844,000 tuned into Seven’s Home and Away. Felicity and Tane’s marriage was put to the test while Marilyn vowed to get justice for her friend, up 35%. 670,000 also tuned in for Day 2 of the ICC World Test Aus v IndiaAustralia Session 1, up 4%.

717,000 saw 10’s MasterChef Australia. It was the final night of Home Cooks vs Pro Cooks. TheoBrent and Rue took on the Chefs from Serai in Melbourne who sent the three Home Cooks into Sunday’s elimination, lifting 30%. 

483,000 watched the Gold Coast Titans take on the Wests Tigers in NRL Thursday Night Footy, up 11%.

Overnight TV Ratings, June 15

Primetime News
Seven News 867,000 (6:00pm) / 846,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 774,000 (6:00pm) / 766,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 512,000
10 News First 238,000 (5:00pm)/ 161,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 128,000 (6:30pm)/ 105,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 601,000
7.30 383,000
The Project 201,000 6:30pm / 265,000 7pm

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 225,000
Today 181,000
News Breakfast 133,000

Seven won Thursday night with a primary share of 23.6% and a network share of 33%. 7Two has won multi channels with a 4.1% share.

374,000 began their evening in Summer Bay with Seven’s Home and Away. Theo tried to get through to Andrew and Kirby lashed out at Rose while Xander comforted Kate. A second Home and Away episode brought in 341,000 viewers. Then on a special Highway Patrol, 137,000 saw a countdown of the top 10 battlers and boofheads – from those who stretch the truth, to the outright aggro before 72,000 tuned into the first Semi-Final of Britain’s Got Talent. Eight contestants performed, with two making it through to the final. Singer Amy Lou and dancer Musa Motha made it through.

424,000 tuned into the AFL with Port Adelaide beating Geelong 16.14 (110) to 11.6 (72).

Nine’s A Current Affair (601,000) interviewed the mother of missing 14-year-old Shyanne-Lee Tatnell and revealed an update on the activewear thief who has finally faced the music a year after the story first broke. 121,000 then watched Space Invaders before 279,000 tuned into a repeat of Paramedics. MICA Matt faced a grim scenario as a dearly loved great-grandfather’s lung collapsed and Mike and Eamon rushed to a man who has collapsed in a pizza restaurant.

On 10, The Project’s (201,000 6:30pm / 265,000 7pm) spoke to The Guardian journalist Amy Remeikis who works at Parliament House who revealed whether it’s a safe place to work following Lidia Thorpe’s allegations in the Senate. The program also looked at FIFA World Cup hopefuls The Matildas. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has now floated a public holiday to celebrate if they become world champs! Then, on MasterChef AustraliaRalph, Adi, Brent, Rhiannon and Rue went head-to-head for Immunity. Rue came out on top and in a world-first, her challenge-winning BarbeRue Sauce is now available for a limited time at Coles stores around Australia.

383,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 put a spotlight on Senator Thorpe’s unsafe allegations, while also speaking to Steve Smith ahead of the first Ashes Test and addressing the opioid addiction ruining the lives of Australians. 384,000 then watched Miriam and Alan: Lost in Scotland and Beyond before 243,000 tuned in for Grand Designs New Zealand where musicians Justine Cormack and Marc Taddei swapped their Auckland home for the mountains of Central Otago.

The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Inside Sydney Airport with 107,000 tuning in to see all the emergency agencies involved in a simulated plane crash exercise; however, real problems placed airport operations in jeopardy. 

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