TV Ratings June 24: The Voice, Adam Lambert and Queen help Nine to big win

• Nine’s best Monday share since end of Married At First Sight

Monday Week 26 2019

Seven News 1,096,000/1,021,000
• Nine News 973,000/952,000
• A Current Affair 811,000
• ABC News 741,000
• 7.30 609,000
• The Project 336,000/543,000
• 10 News First 449,000
• The Drum 205,000
• SBS World News 116,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 292,000
• Today 195,000


Home And Away was on 651,000. The week 25 average audience was 654,000, down from 673,000 in week 24.

House Rules Monday was on 591,000, down from 626,000 a week ago.

Seven’s Monday night movie was John Wick: Chapter 2 with an audience of 271,000.


A Current Affair started its week with items about the NBN, food allergies and an $80m Lotto jackpot. The opening night did 811,000 after average audience for the past two weeks of 756,000 in week 24 which dipped to 741,000 in week 25.

Team George and Team Kelly culled some of their singers last night with more to come tonight on The Voice. The episode also featured Adam Lambert. Despite the guest, the numbers dipped to 832,000, the smallest audience this season.

From Adam Lambert, Nine segued into the doco – The Show Must Go On: The Queen – Adam Lambert Story. The special did 337,000.


The Project started its week on 543,000 after 7pm with the show stepping up its campaign to get Waleed Aly another Gold Logie. Aly meanwhile had an incredible story about a woman who remembers every day of her life in detail. She has also memorised every Harry Potter book and can recite any chapter!

MasterChef then featured no pressure test and a visit from Adelaide superstar chef Jock Zonfrillo. The episode did 684,000 after 648,000 a week ago.

Have You Been Paying Attention? was up week-on-week from 718,000 to 750,000. It was the #1 show under 50 and the program’s biggest under-50 audience this year. Welsh comedian Lloyd Langford was on the panel and the guest quizmasters included Gold Logie nominee Costa Georgiadis.

10 noted the total audience for last week’s episode grew to 1.174m adding timeshift, BVOD and encore screenings.

Kinne Tonight gets better each week and last night was a cracker. Guests included his director Max Price who didn’t look old enough to be piloting a TV show, but he’s doing a good job. Kinne worked in front of his small studio audience wearing a Miller Gold Agency T-shirt, which would have thrilled Entourage fans. The episode did 297,000.


The second episode of the new season of Back Roads visited the community (there’s no town!) of Tolmie in north-eastern Victoria with 610,000 watching.

Four Corners was then on 413,000 featuring the fight to save Australia’s endangered species from reporter Stephanie March.

Media Watch did 417,000 followed by Q&A on 355,000.


The final of the three part 63 Up did 271,000.

Medicine Or Myth was on 210,000 followed by 24 Hours In Emergency on 155,000.

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