TV ratings wrap: MasterChef Australia goes out with a bang

MasterChef Australia’s winner announcement served an entertainment and key demos win for Ten on Sunday night. However, the episode’s average viewership tied with Seven’s Dancing with the Stars.

After two rounds of culinary competition, including a gruelling pressure test of more than five hours where the final two contestants were challenged to make a chocolate clock by popular pâtissier Amaury Guichon, Brent Draper emerged as the winner of this season’s MasterChef.

MasterChef Australia winner, Brent Draper

The winner announcement slot attracted 698,000 metro viewers. However, the finale episode aired to 614,000 metro viewers on average, the same as Dancing with the Stars.

In 2022, the MasterChef Australia finale brought in an average of 755,000 FTA metro viewers, with 875,000 tuning in for the last 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, the Wimbledon men’s final at 11pm on Nine brought in 253,000 metro viewers.

Seven won Sunday night with a network share of 28.4%, and 21.1% primary channel share.

Nine won the week ended 15 July with a 31% network share, followed by Seven with 27.8%, Ten with 17.1% and ABC with 14.6%.

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Graphs provided by Nine.  


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