‘Masterchef’ still cooking

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Grey Advertising’s industry newsletter “Eye on the Media” reports the top 20 programs, in Canberra, July 17-23:

1. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED, SC TEN, 54,412 viewers

2. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA MON, SC TEN, 52,083

3. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA THURS, SC TEN, 50,709

4. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA TUES, SC TEN, 50,045

5. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN, SC TEN, 49,825

6. DOWNTON ABBEY, SC TEN, 48,806

7. THE BLOCK – TUE, PRIME7, 48,186

8. OFFSPRING, WIN, 43,675

9. RBT, SC TEN, 41,250

10. THE BLOCK – WED, WIN, 40,649

11. THE BLOCK – THU, WIN, 40,476

12. WINNERS & LOSERS, WIN, 39,903

13. WIN NEWS, WIN, 39,165

14. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA – MASTERCLASS, SC TEN, 39,149

15. AUSTRALIA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS, PRIME7,  39,090

16. Q&A, ABC1, 39,086

17. AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT-TUE, PRIME7, 37,058

18. TRI-NATIONS RUGBY, WIN, 36,80

19. HUMAN BODY: IN THE WOMB, WIN, 35,910

20. SPICKS AND SPECKS, ABC1, 35,476

Source: Regional TAM, All people, Overnight data.

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