TV Ratings May 20: MasterChef Mystery Box goes vegan as ep gets 1m+

• Julia Zemiro delivers ABC second biggest 8pm audience

• MasterChef Mystery Box goes vegan as numbers hit 1m
• Julia Zemiro delivers ABC second biggest 8pm audience
• Baby Ben abduction pushes Secrets She Keeps over 500k

Seven News 1,175,000/1,138,000
Nine News 1,136,000/1,084,000
ABC News 856,000
A Current Affair 721,000
7.30 682,000
The Project 389,000/658,000
10 News 424,000,000/276,000
Sunrise 301,000
The Drum 243,000
News Breakfast 214,000
Today 213,000
SBS World News 175,000
The Latest 127,000

Nine: Nine was most competitive at 6pm with the News leading in Sydney and Brisbane. A Current Affair dropped from 762,000 Tuesday to 721,000 last night.
Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo was on 419,000 followed by Paramedics that lifted the audience to 490,000.

Seven: The broadcaster can claim #1 all people for its primary channel and the network result. The 6pm News again topped the rankings followed by Home and Away on 645,000 for its third successive night close to 650,000.
Britain’s Got Talent just was just under 600,000 after 523,000 a week ago.
The launch of Bodyguard on FTA TV saw two episodes deliver 377,000 and then 313,000.

10: The Project did 658,000 at 7pm, keeping its numbers consistent so far across the week.
MasterChef featured a vegan Mystery Box as the remaining contestants take part in a two-night contest to get immunity for the next elimination on Sunday. The fab four fighting for that immunity tonight are Reece, Jess, Simon and Poh. The audience climbed back above 1m with 1,020,000 watching.
There was a strong result for the Lingo Pictures Aussie drama The Secrets She Keeps with the week-on-week overnight audience growing from 419,000 to 514,000.

ABC: Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery returned at 8pm with Dr Karl the first guest as he explored his childhood home in Wollongong. The first episode did 623,000, trailing only MasterChef in the timeslot.
The Weekly then did 548,000 with Hannah Gadsby talking about her new Netflix special plus Weekly regulars Judith Lucy and Luke McGregor and former regular Kitty Flanagan. The second episode of At Home Alone Together was on 387,000 after 447,000 on debut.

SBS: Winchester Cathedral was the location of the final episode of Britain’s Cathedrals with Tony Robinson. The show has wrapped with 281,000 after 286,000 last week.
The last episode then of My Grandparents’ War featured Mark Rylance with 177,000 after 189,000 a week ago.

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