Monday TV Wrap: 1O’s Celebrity MasterChef Finale Tops Entertainment With 805,000

Monday TV Wrap: 1O’s Celebrity MasterChef Finale Tops Entertainment With 805,000

10’s Celebrity Masterchef finale won the night in entertainment racking in 805,000 viewers – because what’s better than celebrities in the jungle? Celebrities cooking!

Seven News was back on top with 961,000 viewers while Nine News had 880,000.

Nine’s A Current Affair brought in 671,000 viewers – because who doesn’t want to see cameramen chasing people? 

As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, third in entertainment was ABC’s, Australian Story performing very well with 551,000 viewers. Can anyone get through this show without crying? 
On 10, The Project snagged 470,000 viewers. I’ll be honest, we’re all missing Lisa!
Meanwhile, part one of the Celebrity MasterChef finale earned 700,000 viewers. Basically everyone really really wanted to know who won, Nick Riewoldt took the crown, Tilly Ramsay needs her own show though!
Nine pulled solid numbers with RBT 468,000, Australian Crime Stories pulled 372,000 and Hot Seat snagged 371,000 
For Seven, Home And Away hit 512,000, The Chase grabbed 498,000 viewers. Meanwhile, Celebrity Big Brother earned 340,000 – am I the only one that still feels like I don’t know enough about Sandilands and Imogen’s breakup? (Seriously, I want to know more)
Finally, ABC’s Media Watch netted 343,000. 7.30 earned 592,000 and Universe With Brian Cox pulled 342,000 viewers – Ita shall be happy!
Out on top was the Nine Network with 26.3 per cent. Seven wasn’t far behind with 24.0 per cent of the daily share. 10 Network earned 23.0 per cent of the share, followed by ABC Network’s 17.6 per cent of share.  While the SBS network held 9.2 per cent.
Looking now to OzTAM’s total tv report for Sunday, November 14th, the top-performing program was Seven News with a total audience of 1,494,000 viewers (metro: 925,000 regional: 536,000, BVOD: 30,000).
Next was the Nine News, with a total audience of 1,250,000 viewers (metro: 881,000 regional: 339,000, BVOD: 30,000), followed by 10’s Have You Been Paying Attention at 1,183,000 (metro: 731,000, regional: 256,000, BVOD: 73,000).
The highest lift on overnight was Nine’s Love Island at 122 per cent, bringing it to a total audience of 565,000 (metro: 202,000, regional: 53,000, BVOD: 254,000)



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