Sunday TV Wrap: House Rules Claims Bragging Rights, As MasterChef Gets The Wobbles

Sunday TV Wrap: House Rules Claims Bragging Rights, As MasterChef Gets The Wobbles
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Seven’s House Rules was the most watched of the reality shows last night snaring 1.11 million viewers according to OzTam figures; however, Nine won bragging rights winning the evening overall.

Nine snared 31.2 per cent of the audience share with Seven inches behind with 31 per cent. Ten managed 16.7 per cent, holding off the ABC with 13.8 per cent and SBS with 7.3 per cent.

Seven news was the most watched show of the evening with 1.19 million, while Sunday Night (823,000) narrowly pipped 60 Minutes (812,000) for the evening’s current affairs crown.

Ten capped off an utterly crap week with its flagship, MasterChef, managing 737,000. The stalwart cooking program can’t appear to break out of that 700-800K range despite the eliminations and finale approaching.

Ten’s Modern Family has also proven disappointing and could only muster 400,000 last night.

Over at Nine, its 6pm news bulletin pulled 1.16 million and The Voice fell shy of the million-mark with 964,000.

The ABC’s news was again its best with 735,000 viewers, followed by Poldark (457,000), Doctor Who (396,000) and Death in Paradise (309,000).

Treasures Decoded was SBS’s standout, pulling 377,000.

 

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