Channel Seven's Packed to the Rafters had slipped between its first and final series, but at least it is not dying on air, as MasterChef is doing.
Ten finished solid third and pushing ABC1 back to fourth. The Biggest Loser and NCIS showed signs of the network's old fire.
Seven will win the night again tonight, with no competition from The Voice. And The Biggest Loser is in a fat lot of trouble.
Seven won easily, as Nine has stopped trying to put on good content in the lead-up to Easter
Seven has already won week two of 2013 ratings, as MasterChef: The Professionals falls to a miserable 564,000 viewership.
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Mel Rafter, a character from TV soap Packed To The Rafters, has been written out of the script so an actress can try her hand at Hollywood. So, who cares? Well, we do apparently. Why else would the media relentlessly cover the 'death' of a television character as news?
Packed To the Rafters returned strongly last night for two hours for Seven and again confirmed that it is head and shoulders above the likes of Underbelly.