‘Masterchef’ still steaming

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Grey Advertising’s industry newsletter “Eye on the Media” reports the top 20 programs, in Canberra, July 24-30:

1. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA THURS, SC TEN, 77,324

2. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED, SC TEN, 63,767

3. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA MON, SC TEN, 59,262

4. HAMISH & ANDY’S GAP YEAR ,WIN, 58,257

5. AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT-TUE, PRIME7, 51,877

6. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN, SC TEN, 49,553

7. THE BLOCK – THU, WIN, 49,080

8. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA – MASTERCLASS, SC TEN, 48,297

9. NATIONAL NEWS SUNDAY, WIN, 47,289

10. THE BLOCK – SUN, WIN, 44,451

11. WIN NEWS, WIN, 44,340

12. THE RENOVATORS THURS, SC TEN, 41,209

13. A CURRENT AFFAIR, WIN, 40,955

14. MIDSOMER MURDERS, ABC1, 40,934

15. MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA TUES, SC TEN, 38,108

16. BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS, PRIME7, 37,656

17. DINNER DATE AUSTRALIA, PRIME7, 37,234

18. THE BLOCK – MON, WIN, 36,502

19. THE BLOCK – WED, WIN, 35,169

20. NATIONAL NEWS, WIN, 34,913

Source: Regional TAM, All people, Overnight data.

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