House Rules wins the night but Masterchef tops demos

Seven’s House Rules has topped the ratings leader board as the most-watched non-news program with 936,000 metro viewers.

According to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings, House Rules came second to Matserchef in key advertising demographics 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Fiona and Nicole, and Kat and Harry got into a heated disagreement on last night’s episode of House Rules

Ten’s rival reality cooking show Masterchef pulled 845,000 metro viewers and topped the key advertising demographics.

Meanwhile, also airing in the competitive 7.30pm timeslot, Nine’s Britain’s Got Talent saw 640,000 tune in, making it the 11th most-watched program for the evening.

Nine’s The Last Resort, which was shifted to the 9pm and only aired in Sydney and Brisbane, did not make the top 20 shows for the evening, with Nine airing The Footy Show in Melbourne and Perth instead.

Seven News was the most-watched program of the evening attracting 1.110m metro viewers at 6pm, narrowly beating Nine News’ 1.100m

At 6.30pm Nine News had an audience of 1.055m ahead of Seven News/Today Tonight’s 1.003m.

Seven won the night with a 19.1% audience share, ahead of Nine’s 18.6%, Ten’s 14.2%, ABC’s 10.5% and SBS’ 4.5%.


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