The Celebrity Apprentice finale draws in 594K metro viewers; MasterChef wins demos

The Celebrity Apprentice finale episode on Nine topped entertainment on Tuesday, which helped the network celebrate an overall network share win.

The last 15 minutes of the finale episode when the winner was announced aired to a metro audience of 594,000 metro viewers, while the full episode brought in an average audience of 459,000 metro viewers. Total TV viewing hit 847,000 national viewers. 

Next in entertainment was Ten’s MasterChef, which brought in a metro audience of 583,000. The program also won all three key advertising demos. 

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 11 June, Tuesday’s Seven News was the #1 program nationally across linear, with 1.617 million viewers, including 40,000 on BVOD, and uplift of 3%. The biggest uplift of the week was an episode of The Rookie on Seven with an uplift of 82% and aired to a total audience of 389,000.

Looking back at Tuesday’s ratings, and next in entertainment was The Chase Australia on Seven which aired to an average metro audience of 525,000 viewers.

Hot Seat on Nine saw an average of 481,000 metro viewers tune in, while Cheap Eats on Ten aired to 429,000 metro viewers.

Home and Away on Seven had 429,000 metro viewers, followed by Who Do You Think You Are? on SBS with 370,000 metro viewers. 

Meanwhile, Seven News was the #1 metro program on Tuesday with 969,000 metro viewers followed by Seven News at 6:30 with 895,000 metro viewers. Nine News had 851,000 metro viewers, followed by Nine News at 6:30 which had an average of 837,000 metro viewers. ABC News brought in 579,000.

Nine won the night, taking an overall network share of 26.8% over Seven’s 25.8%, while Ten took a 21.3% share and the ABC had 15.2%.

Nine also won the primary channel share, and the top-rating multi-channel on Tuesday was 7TWO with a share of 4.2%.

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