500,000 viewers tune in to watch Curtly Ambrose get the boot on Dancing With The Stars, but fail to give Ten the edge over ABC

Last night’s elimination of cricket legend Curtly Ambrose saw 500,000 viewers tune in for the latter portion of Ten’s Dancing With The Stars. However, the show couldn’t hold strong against Media Watch and Four Corners on the ABC, which saw 565,000 and 544,000 metro viewers respectively.

Married At First Sight saw a slight jump from the same time last week, taking the top position for the night with 1,407,000 metro viewers, it’s most viewed Monday episode to date.

Seven’s highest watched entertainment show was My Kitchen Rules which saw a significant rise from last week, bringing 831,000 metro viewers, up from 763,000 last week.

Despite an interview between Rove and David Attenborough, The Project failed to bring big numbers, with 485,000 metro viewers tuning in for the second half. Compared to last week which saw Jacinda Ardern and Egg Boy interviewed, the show has dropped almost 100,000 viewers from 574,000.

Seven continued to be untouchable in the news battle. Seven News brought in 1,030,000 metro viewers and jumped to 1,571,000 when combined with regional figures.

Comparatively, Nine saw 981,000 metro viewers tune in for their news offering.

In the daily share, Nine held 26.3%, Seven took 20.2%, ABC landed 13.7% and Ten came in with 10.3%.

On a network level things were much the same – Nine Network held 33.1%, Seven 28.7%, ABC 17.3% and Ten 15.2%.

7Two and 9Go! Shared the top multi-channel spot with 3.4% share each, followed by 10 Bold on 3.2%.

SBS delivered 3.8% and 5.8% on a network level.


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