TV Ratings June 20, 2022: HYBPA? and MasterChef bring laughs and tiny treats to 10


• Celebrity Apprentice finds its final two after a double firing

• Big Brother sends Tully home after a betrayal
• Australian Story steps into a not-for-profit funeral home

Total TV Ratings, June 13

Have You Been Paying Attention? continues to pull big numbers for 10, rising 25% for a total audience of 1,053,000. Also on 10, MasterChef rose 17% for a total of 904,000 watching as Billie won the mystery box challenge. 

On Seven, Home and Away lifted 23%, bringing 926,000 to Summer Bay. Performing well in the total TV once again, Big Brother lifted 42%, with 773,000 watching as one of the format’s legends, Dave, was sent home.

On Nine, Celebrity Apprentice had 718,000 tune in as boardroom regular Turia Pitt was fired, lifting 26%. Million Dollar Murders rose 17%, with 404,000 tuning in. 

Overnight TV Ratings, June 20

Primetime News
Seven News 982,000/934,000
Nine News 960,000/937,000
ABC News 619,000
10 News First 305,000 (5:00pm)/ 222,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 153,000 (6:30pm) 135,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 680,000
7.30 566,000
The Project 294,000 (6:30pm)/433,000 (7pm)
The Drum 192,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 201,000
Today 213,000
News Breakfast 163,000

Nine has won the night with a primary share of 19.8% and a network share of 27.9%. 7TWO has topped the multichannels with a share of 3.8%.

On Nine, A Current Affair covered all the glitz and glamour of the Logies afterparty and spoke to the man who says he was fired after telling his boss he was dying for an audience of 680,000. Celebrity Apprentice is getting to the pointy end of the season, with the final four taking to the stage in front of Stan executives to pitch a TV show about their life for 455,000 viewers. Benji Marchall earned himself a ticket through to the grand final by winning the challenge, while Amy Shark and Ronnie Caceres were fired. The grand finale airs tonight with the final two, Benji Marshall and Darren McMullen. Million Dollar Murders rounded out the night with 236,000 tuning in for the case of Kevin Pearce.

Seven’s Home And Away brought in a crowd of 484,000, before Big Brother introduced its top 10 to the nation. Big Brother asked the housemates probing questions for the house task, before a betrayal against Taras saw Tully sent packing in front of 361,000 viewers. 

Big Brother 2022’s top 10 housemates are Aleisha, Brenton, Drew, Estelle, Gabbie, Jaycee, Johnson, Reggie, Taras, and Tim.

The Project (294,000 6:30pm / 433,000 7pm) covered FINA’s decision to restrict transgender athletes at their swimming competitions, and interviewed British comedian Jimmy Carr. MasterChef brought a Monday mystery box into the kitchen, with 600,000 watching as the cooks created dishes out of miniature ingredients. After picking up a Logie, Have You Been Paying Attention? proved once again that it’s a ratings powerhouse, bringing in 668,000 to earn the top non-news spot of the night.

ABC’s 7.30 covered the latest hearing into the January 6 Capitol riots and calls to stop Julian Assange’s extradition to the US for 566,000. Australian Story had 491,000 tune in as the show took a trip to Port Kembla to speak to the woman who launched a community, not-for-profit funeral home that’s saving people thousands. Four Corners wrapped up the night by covering the failures in the investigation into the abduction and murder of 13-year-old Milly Dowler for 423,000.

The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Saving Lives at Sea, which drew a crowd of 117,000.

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