Celebrity Apprentice Australia finale delivers mediocre results for Channel Nine

The finale of Celebrity Apprentice Australia delivered a mediocre consequence for Channel Nine in Tuesday night time’s rankings battle.

Solely 594,000 followers within the metro centres tuned in to see former NRL nice Benji Marshall introduced the winner, beating out tv presenter Darren McMullen for the prize: $100,000 for his chosen charity.

TV Tonight experiences 459,000 followers watched the finale, with the episode scoring a median of 527,000 viewers.

The finale of Celebrity Apprentice Australia delivered a mediocre result for Channel Nine in Tuesday night's ratings battle. Only 594,000 fans tuned in to see Benji Marshall (pictured) beat out television presenter Darren McMullen for the prize: $100,000 for his chosen charity

The finale of Celebrity Apprentice Australia delivered a mediocre result for Channel Nine in Tuesday night's ratings battle. Only 594,000 fans tuned in to see Benji Marshall (pictured) beat out television presenter Darren McMullen for the prize: $100,000 for his chosen charity

The finale of Celebrity Apprentice Australia delivered a mediocre consequence for Channel Nine in Tuesday night time’s rankings battle. Solely 594,000 followers tuned in to see Benji Marshall (pictured) beat out tv presenter Darren McMullen for the prize: $100,000 for his chosen charity

The truth present that includes billionaire CEO Lord Alan Sugar has had a disappointing season total for Nine after its first episode final season scored 812,000 viewers.

Over on Channel 10, MasterChef Australia delivered some excellent news for the embattled community.

The cooking franchise pulled in a strong consequence on Tuesday night time reaching 583,000 followers within the main metro centres.

In the meantime, the sequence got here first place in all three key demographic teams coveted by advertisers protecting 16 to 54-year-olds.

MaterChef brought in some good news for embattled Channel 10, pulling in a solid result on Tuesday night. Pictured, judges Jock Zonfrillo (right), Melissa Leong and Andy Allen (left)

MaterChef brought in some good news for embattled Channel 10, pulling in a solid result on Tuesday night. Pictured, judges Jock Zonfrillo (right), Melissa Leong and Andy Allen (left)

MaterChef introduced in some excellent news for embattled Channel 10, pulling in a strong consequence on Tuesday night time. Pictured, judges Jock Zonfrillo (proper), Melissa Leong and Andy Allen (left)

Comedy panel present The Low-cost Seats carried out nicely for Channel 10, drawing 429,000 viewers.

Over on Channel Seven, issues weren’t trying practically pretty much as good.

House and Away continues its patchy 2022 season, pulling in simply 429,000 followers within the metro rankings.

Benji raised a whopping $387,105 and won the competition

Benji raised a whopping $387,105 and won the competition

Benji raised a whopping $387,105 and gained the competitors 

Large Brother Australia drew simply 313,000 followers, which is a giant drop from solely two weeks in the past.

SBS – which drew solely 7.4 per cent of Tuesday night time’s TV viewers – had one thing to have a good time with the debut of the brand new season of family tree sequence, Who Do You Assume you Are?

The present the place stars discover their ancestry reached a formidable 370,000 viewers within the main centres.

Channel Nine gained the night time total on 26.8 per cent of the viewers share, whereas Channel Seven in second place was not far behind on 25.8 per cent.

Coming in an in depth third was Channel 10, who managed to seize 21.3 per cent of Tuesday night time’s viewers total.

The ABC completed in fourth place with 15.2 per cent.

Television presenter Darren McMullen on the Celebrity Apprentice Australia finale

Television presenter Darren McMullen on the Celebrity Apprentice Australia finale

Tv presenter Darren McMullen on the Celebrity Apprentice Australia finale

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