MasterChef rises

MasterChef rises

MasterChef Australia’s ratings bounced back up last night, coming second at 7.30 only to Seven’s extended Home and Away.

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Ten’s reality show was Thursday night’s seventh most watched program with 870,000 viewers, according to OzTam’s preliminary metro ratings.

It beat Nine’s Top Gear (530,000) and Seven’s Border Secruity: International (685,000) coming second in its slot only to the final half of Seven’s Home and Away (972,000).

Ten beat the ABC to third place overall, taking a total 20.3% share of all free-to-air viewers.

Ten’s main channel won 14%.

Nine won the night overall with a combined 28% share ahead of Seven’s 25.8%. Seven’s main channel sat on 18% compared to the 19.5% which went to Nine’s.

ABC was fourth place with 19.2% and 13.8% for ABC1. SBS was in last place on total 6.7% with 5.2% going to SBS ONE.