TV Ratings May 8: MasterChef #1 under 50, Leaders Debate 600k

• Seven & Nine jostle for #1: Seven ahead with News, Home And Away

Wednesday: Week 19 2019

• Seven & Nine jostle for #1: Seven ahead with News, Home And Away
• 10 claims #1 show under 50 with first MasterChef team challenge
• The Leader’s Debate took over the 7.30pm timeslot with an audience of 600,000

• Seven News 1,020,000/977,000
• Nine News 946,000/937,000
• A Current Affair 768,000
• ABC News 717,000
• The Project 278,000/457,000
• 10 News First 393,000
• SBS World News 132,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 279,000
• Today 191,000

Seven

Home And Away had its biggest audience of the week with 684,000 after nights on 679,000 and 640,000 earlier this week.

House Rules was up a little to 586,000 after 534,000 on Tuesday and 589,000 on Wednesday last week.

The second episode of The Bay did 397,000 after launching with 280,000.

Nine

A Current Affair had a second successive night just under 800,000 – its numbers this week from Monday have been 810,000, 769,000 and 768,000.

The second episode of the new season of Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation was on 628,000 after 630,000 last week.

Part one of Decades: The Sensational 80s did 459,000.

10

The Project was on 457,000 after 7pm.

MasterChef lifted its weekly audience again with 664,000 watching the red team win the first team challenge this season. The show ranked #1 under 50.

The last night of Bull in the 8.30pm timeslot was on 241,000 and then 175,000. Five Bedrooms takes over the slot next week.

ABC

The Leader’s Debate took over the 7.30pm timeslot with an audience of 600,000.

The Weekly then did 589,000 after 616,000 a week ago.

SBS

Going Places With Ernie Dingo was the channel’s best with 192,000.

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