Channel Nine’s travel guides win best entertainment program on Tuesday

Channel Nine’s travel guides win best entertainment program on Tuesday – while MasterChef simmers in second place

Travel guides are worth checking out.

The fifth season of Channel Nine’s reality show, where ordinary Australians became global travel critics, proved a winner for the network in Tuesday’s ratings war.

It scored a solid 554.00 fans in metropolitan areas, beating Channel Seven’s Home and Away in the 7pm slot.

Worth a watch: Channel Nine’s travel guides beat MasterChef in Tuesday night’s ratings battle

The much-loved soap opera, which had an uneven rating in 2022, managed just 499,000 in major centers.

Meanwhile, Seven’s The Chase Australia once again proved a winner for the network.

Week after week, the quiz is a solid performer ahead of the evening lineup and on Tuesday it drew 559,000 fans in major centers.

Seven might be reassured by this result since nothing else on the network has performed as well.

Travel Well: Travel Guides (pictured) recorded a solid 554.00 fans in metropolitan centers

Travel Well: Travel Guides (pictured) recorded a solid 554.00 fans in metropolitan centers

The highly publicized Big Brother Australia limped off with 379,000 viewers.

It’s a number that may indicate that fans have given up on the once all-conquering leaderboard winner, tired of the format.

Another once almighty franchise MasterChef, on Channel 10, seems like an acquired taste after more than a month into its 2022 season.

Undercooked: MasterChef is slow in the Channel 10 ratings

Undercooked: MasterChef is slow in the Channel 10 ratings

Attracting 513,000 viewers Tuesday night in metropolitan centers, the reality show, even with its refreshed new format, looks undercooked in the ratings.

Comedy show The Cheap Seats was a bright spot for the network, attracting 378,000 viewers.

The project, also on Channel 10, had another poor night on Tuesday with just 397,000 viewers in metropolitan centers tuning in to its 7 p.m. slot.

Big Brother is no more: The highly publicized Big Brother Australia limped off with 379,000 viewers in Tuesday night ratings

Big Brother is no more: The highly publicized Big Brother Australia limped off with 379,000 viewers in Tuesday night ratings

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