TV Ratings June 27: AFL pushes Seven to a win + MasterChef #1 for 50+

• Seven multis combine with 12% to give Seven network win too

Thursday Week 26 2019

• Close AFL finish helps Seven to secure Thursday victory
• Seven multis combine with 12% to give Seven network win too
• MasterChef #1 under 50 as first of top 10 eliminated

• Seven News 1,009,000/838,000
• Nine News 840,000/817,000
• A Current Affair 675,000
• ABC News 625,000
• 7.30 487,000
• The Project 264,000/410,000
• 10 News First 360,000
• The Drum 188,000
• SBS World News 123,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 270,000
• Today 202,000

Seven

A Home And Away triple play at different times in various markets. In Melbourne the mini-marathon finished around 12.30am.

The Essendon v Great Western AFL match was kept alive until the end with a close score and then a controversial decision as the scores levelled with minutes remaining. The game did 499,000.

Nine

Sylvia Jeffreys was interviewing Russell Crowe on A Current Affair ahead of the Monday premier of his new series The Loudest Voice. The Thursday episode did 675,000.

The NRL match on Nine saw the Tigers upset the Rabbitohs with 363,000 watching.

10

The Project viewers will get a break from the campaigning after the TV Week Logies are done. Also squeezed into the show last night was another appearance from Tom Ballard who said he is off to work in the UK later this year. He’s such a good talent it’s still surprising someone hasn’t grabbed him for a show to have a FTA late night offering. The Thursday Project was on 410,000 after 7pm.

The first casualty from the MasterChef top 10 last night as Ben Trobbiani was sent home to Adelaide. Italian superstar chef Massimo was the guest who helped judge the elimination challenge. He didn’t like what Ben was doing from early in the episode, and neither did the other judges when it came to taste time. The episode did 626,000.

Episode three already of Taboo with a look at people sharing their mental health challenges. After 330,000 last week, last night was on 326,000.

ABC

Have the hosts on Escape From The City actually managed to land many real estate deals yet? They couldn’t temp the couple last looking to move to the Margret River region. The episode was on 381,000.

The final episode of Press then did 162,000.

SBS

The premiere of The Great House Revival at 7.30pm did 189,000.

The final of this season of Extreme Railway Journeys was in Vietnam with 201,000 watching.

The Handmaid’s Tale then did 179,000.

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