TV Ratings June 30, 2022: MasterChef times it to perfection for 10


• Big audience farewells Leigh Sales on 7.30

• MasterChef #1 entertainment as Julie Godwin stuns with Orange Upsidedown Cake
• Seven #1 thanks to H&A and AFL winning combo

Total TV Ratings, June 23

MasterChef Australia was the top entertainment program of the night with 797,000 viewers, an increase of 25% on its overnight ratings. The episode saw the cooks create dishes out of spiky ingredients – sea urchins, prickly pear, stinging nettles and chestnuts.

Seven’s AFL coverage of the Melbourne Demons defeating the Brisbane Lions had 601,000 viewers (up 1%) while Home and Away had 665,000 viewers tune in, an increase of 34%.

On Nine, the rep round kicked off with the the Mens’ and Womens’ Under 19’s State of Origin. The men’s match in primtime had 308,000 viewers, an increase of 8%.

Overnight TV Ratings, June 30

Primetime News
Seven News 856,000/803,000
Nine News 809,000/790,000
ABC News 575,000
10 News First 271,000 (5:00pm)/ 190,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 127,000 (6:30pm) 113,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 576,000
7.30 572,000
The Project 250,000 (6:30pm)/337,000 (7:00pm)
The Drum 163,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 199,000
Today 194,000
News Breakfast 181,000

Seven was the top primary channel (18.9%) and nentwork (28.4%) last night. The AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the Western Bulldogs had 390,000 viewers, with a robust audience of 223,000 watching from Melbourne, making it the top non-news program in the market.

Home and Away also aired across Seven (in non-AFL markets) and 7Mate, with 300,000 watching the final episode of the week. Britain’s Got Talent had 94,000 viewers.

Nine’s NRL coverage of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles defeating the Melbourne Storm in a high scoring affair had an audience of 307,000 tune in. The match also had 173,000 watching from Sydney, making it the top non-news program in the city.

Earlier in the night A Current Affair provided a strong lead in of 576,000 as the show covered a travel agency facing backlash from customers over flight credits.

On 10, The Project had 250,000 (6:30pm) and 337,000 (7:00pm) as the program covered the teachers strike, Jobseeker reform, and spoke to Damon Herriman. MasterChef Australia was the top primetime entertainment program with 516,000 viewers, as contestants purchased their ingredients, using time as their currency. The episode was #1 in the 18-49 demographic.

It was the end of an era on the ABC as Leigh Sales hosted her final episode of 7.30, in front of an audience of 572,000. The episode covered a man being found guilty of the 1994 National Crime Authority bombing in Adelaide and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine threatening food supplies for millions of people.

The top non-news program on SBS was House of Maxwell with 124,000 viewers.

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