TV Ratings June 3: When Poh wins so does MasterChef

• Next best: Home and Away, Home Delivery, The Weekly

• When Poh wins so does MasterChef: 1m+ make show #1
• Next best: Home and Away, Home Delivery, The Weekly

Seven News 1,152,000/1,133,000
Nine News 1,110,000/1,015,000
ABC News 805,000
A Current Affair 752,000
7.30 576,000
The Project 375,000/618,000
10 News 418,000/293,000
Sunrise 274,000
News Breakfast 228,000
The Drum 228,000
Today 213,000
SBS World News 184,000

Seven: Home and Away has slipped lower after 683,000 on Monday to 608,000 Wednesday.
Work on a charity home renovation continued with House Rules: High Stakes with 505,000. The challenge was outlined for the four teams taking part in the Grand Final.
The final two episodes of Bodyguard then screened with audiences of 282,000 and then 240,000. The Front Bar returns to the timeslot in some markets next week.

Nine: After A Current Affair began its week on 859,000 the Tuesday episode recorded an audience of 762,000 with Wednesday slipping another 10,000 to 752,000.
Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo was on 503,000 with the audience climbing slightly to 530,000 for Paramedics at 8.30pm.

10: Just when Poh looks like she might be on the way out, the superstar Adelaide cook makes a stunning comeback. She did that last night becoming the final MasterChef contestant to qualify for the immunity battle tonight which will decide the first person through to the top 10. When Poh does well so does MasterChef with the midweek audience pushing above 1m and securing a demo and under 50 win for the channel and the network.
Earlier in the night Nakkia Lui made lots of sense during her contributions on The Project. Courtney Act also spoke about Pride Week on Neighbours. The audience was just over 600,000.

ABC: Jacqui Lambie was the guest of Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery with 566,000 watching.
The Weekly then did 533,000 with Charlie Pickering doubling as the head of HR at the ABC.
At Home Alone Together then did 403,000.
Planet America should have attracted a record audience and maybe 335,000 is close to its best ever? The show did 283,000 a week ago.

SBS: Tony Robinson: Egyptian Tomb Hunting did 196,000 at 7.30pm.
A repeat of Mystery of the Northern Lights then did 170,000.

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