Big Brother fails to break million for first eviction

Big Brother fails to break million for first eviction
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Cricket has definitely lost something of its luster for Nine’s multichannel Gem, dropping out of the top 20 most-watched shows, while to news bulleting proved more popular than Hamish and Andy last night.

Big Brother’s first eviction, which saw 41-year-old Sharon (pictured) booted from the house, failed to break the million mark, with 972,000, seventh overall.

Seven’s The X Factor continued its juggernaut roll through the ratings landscape, dominating with 1.422m viewers according to the OzTam Preliminary overnight figures.

Nine News (1.323m) and Seven News (1.312m) were next, followed by Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year Asia (1.228m) on nine.

The first session of The Ashes pulled in just 489,000, and Nine will be hoping the Australian team can claw a decent result from the final test with a return series starting in just three months time Down Under.

MasterChef was Ten’s best effort with 734,000, with the network pulling just 10.8% audience share, behind Seven on 21.6%, Nine on 21.1% and ABC1 13.5%.

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