Anthony Mundine and Danny Green ‘face off’ helps Ten’s I’m a Celebrity defeat Nine’s Married at First Sight

The three way reality television clash between Ten, Nine and Seven heated up last night, with Ten’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! catching up to Nine’s Married at First Sight.

Ten’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here – which saw boxers Anthony Mundine and Danny Green face off on the show – attracted 883,000 metro viewers at 7:30pm, according to Ten’s adjusted time figures.

I’m A Celebrity also performed in two of the key advertising demographics – the 18-49s and 25-54s, coming second to the BBL grand final between the Adelaide Strikers and the Melbourne Renegades.

That was just ahead of Nine’s Married at First Sight which ran slightly earlier at 7pm, achieving 835,000 metro viewers.

Seven’s My Kitchen Rules won the night with 1.104m metro viewers.

The BBL grand final which saw the Strikers win their first championship, was watched by 1.043m metro viewers and 806,000 metro viewers in the second and first sessions respectively.

BBL’s biggest audience came from Melbourne, with 325,000 tuning in for the second session and 251,000 tuning in during the first. In Adelaide, the audiences were 197,000 and 163,000.

Seven had the strongest news audience last night, attracting 915,000 at 6pm. Nine News Sunday had 804,000. ABC News Sunday audience attracted 714,000. Ten’s The Project Sunday did not run due to the BBL grand final.

The afternoon session of the Bathurst 12 Hour Event on 7mate was the most-watched in the multi-channels, with 200,000.

According to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings, Seven won the night in main channel with a share of 21.5%. In second place was Ten with 17.1%. Nine was just behind on a 16.3% share. ABC’s share was 13.8% and SBS’ share was 5.5%.


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