TV Ratings June 22: MasterChef tops The Voice & Big Brother + Nine #1

• Seven lifts week-on-week with Big Brother & 9-1-1 double

• Nine wins thanks to music Monday: The Voice & Home Front
• Seven lifts week-on-week with Big Brother & 9-1-1 double
• MasterChef’s finest win timeslot in two-part immunity battle

Seven News 1,186,000/1,149,000
Nine News 1,091,000/1,028,000
ABC News 836,000
A Current Affair 762,000
7.30 665,000
The Project 385,000/633,000
10 News 438,000/274,000
Sunrise 263,000
The Drum 240,000
News Breakfast 215,000
Today 211,000
SBS World News 173,000

Seven: A much better Monday week-on-week with primary share up 17.5% to 19.4%.
Both parts of Big Brother were over 700,000 after being close to 650,000 a week ago.
A double dose of 9-1-1 didn’t hurt either with audiences of 380,000 and then 305,000.

Nine: The Voice went from 939,000 a week ago to 861,000 last night. Feuding coaches seemed to have caused as much confusion as watercooler chat. The show did however perform well enough to keep Nine #1 all people.
An encore screening of Music from the Home Front did 333,000. The audience on Saturday night back in week 17 was 815,000.

10: Callum, Poh and Laura successfully navigated a Mystery Box challenge and landed a spot in Tuesdays MasterChef immunity challenge. The episode performed well with 951,000 which is bang on where the three episodes from last week all rated. The show helped 10 to successive nights over a 16% primary share, its best start to the week in seven weeks.
Have You Been Paying Attention? dipped slightly after 801,000 a week ago to 787,000.
The numbers last night allowed 10 to claim #1 channel and network in key demos.

ABC: Guest presenter Lisa Millar presented a Back Roads COVID-19 special episode about how a community comes together when the heart of the town is not able to beat. That community was Rokewood and the episode was on 607,000 after 682,000 a week ago.
Four Corners then did 456,000 with an episode about how the coronavirus ravaged the elderly care home Newmarch House.
Media Watch was again close to half a million with 492,000.
Q+A lifted from 237,000 to 304,000 week-on-week. 

SBS: Secrets of Royal Travel kept the timeslot over 200,000, just, with 205,000.
Double episodes of 24 Hours in Emergency followed with 144,000 for the new ep and then 148,000 for the repeat.

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