Australian Survivor: All Stars finds a season high on Tuesday night with 630,000 metro viewers

Ten’s Australian Survivor: All Stars has found a new high for the season, delivering 630,000 metro viewers on Tuesday night. The program premiered earlier in the month to 624,000 metro viewers and has fluctuated between that and 550,000 for the season so far.

The program drew 788,000 national viewers and took the second spot in all three of the key advertising demographics – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s.

But the program wasn’t enough to top Nine’s Married at First Sight which brought in 1.005m metro viewers and 1.359m national viewers and sat on the top of the demographics.

MAFS was both the top program in the 7:30pm timeslot and the most-watched program for the night overall. It also helped Nine to a winning 24.3% channel share and 30.1% as a network.

Ten took second place in the 7:30pm slot, followed by ABC with 7.30 drawing 520,000 metro viewers. Seven’s My Kitchen Rules: The Rivals held 461,000. Nationally, 7.30 brought in 760,000 viewers and MKR delivered 727,000. SBS’ Great Australian Rail Journeys saw 373,000 metro viewers tune in and 536,000 nationally.

Nine’s Paramedics delivered 627,000 metro viewers, Seven’s Home and Away 575,000 metro viewers and Griff’s Great Australian Rail Trip brought in 489,000 metro viewers on ABC.

Behind Nine’s winning audience share, Seven held 16.1% as a channel and 24.5% as a network. Ten sat in third place with 13.2% and 19.8% as a network, followed by ABC on 11.8% and 16.4%. SBS secured 6.4% and 9.2%.

The most-watched multi-channel was 7Mate with 3.9%.


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