Ten has a Good News Week, with Masterchef and 7PM Project

Ten’s Good News Week had its highest ratings episode for the season so far, last night nudging over the one million mark.  

Good News Week, MumbrellaThe show saw 1.037m tune in, up from the 892,000 last week, according to preliminary overnight OzTam data in the main metro markets.

The result was also up from the 935,000 it averaged last year when it found itself up against Nine’s Underbelly for the earlier part of that season.

Meanwhile, Seven’s prime time broadcast of the AFL St Kilda versus Carlton match in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth attracted 557,000 viewers.

In that time slot in Sydney and Brisbane Seven aired The Zoo, Find My Family and the movie Knocked Up was broadcast.

Both The Zoo and Find My Family had another bad week, with viewers down in Sydney and Brisbane for the two shows compared to last week. Ten’s 7PM Project also continued to rate ahead of the Seven shows.

Nine’s The Big Bang Theory and Two and Half Men bettered their performance from a week ago, while Ten’s Masterchef again led the ratings ladder.

Monday’s most-watched shows:

  1. Masterchef Ten 1.67m
  2. Seven News Seven 1.532m
  3. Today Tonight Seven 1.482m
  4. Nine News Nine 1.481m
  5. Two and a Half Men – 7:30pm Nine 1.387m
  6. A Current Affair Nine 1.359m
  7. The Mentalist Nine 1.266m
  8. The Big Bang Theory Nine 1.236m
  9. Two and a Half Men – 7:00pm Nine 1.198m
  10. ABC News ABC 1.108m
  11. Home and Away Seven 1.075m
  12. Good News Week Ten 1.037m
  13. Ten News Ten 934,000
  14. The 7PM Project Ten 926,000
  15. CSI: Miami Nine 910,000

*Programming Note: AFL: St Kilda v Carlton broadcast in primetime Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. The Zoo, Find My Family and Knocked Up broadcast only in Sydney and Brisbane.

Monday’s channel share:

  • Nine: 26.2%
  • Seven: 23.0%
  • Ten: 22.1%
  • ABC1: 13.0%
  • SBS1: 6.0%
  • 7TWO 4.4%
  • GO!: 2.2%
  • ABC2: 1.4%
  • One: 0.8%
  • SBS2: 0.5%
  • ABC3: 0.4%

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