Seven finished first with a primary channel lead of 1.1 over Nine, while Seven had a clear lead in combined channel share with 30.0% to Nine’s 26.7%.
Nine was again leading the week in primary share after five nights, but the AFL helped secure Seven a lead on Friday, which then increased on Saturday.
Nigella Lawson Week on MasterChef helped TEN secure its best share since January. MasterChef was also the #1 non-news program for the week all people and the network had the top three shows 25-54 with Have You Been Paying Attention ranking #1.
• TV Ratings May 24: Nigella Week wraps up on Ten with two hours of MasterChef
• TV Ratings May 23: Young Sheldon, News and ACA give Nine a midweek win
• TV Ratings May 22: TEN pulls best share since BBL – wins in Melbourne, beats Nine in Sydney
• TV Ratings May 21: Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation joins Nine’s winning Monday lineup
• TV Ratings May 20: First night of live rounds on The Voice takes Nine to #1
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