Hell’s Kitchen holds steady at 543,000 metro viewers after move to later time slot

Seven’s Hell’s Kitchen reached 543,000 metro viewers last night, holding steady with last week’s 544,000 metro viewers.

The show, which premiered two weeks ago with 817,000 metro viewers, has averaged 612,000 metro viewers for the series and last week shifted to an 8pm time slot, screening after Sunday Night.


Meanwhile, Nine’s The Block produced a series high at 7:00pm, with 1.349m metro viewers, winning the night and topping all key advertising demographics – 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

At 7:30pm, Ten’s Survivor attracted 644,000 metro viewers, and placed second in the 16-39 demographic, according to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings.

A notable performance was Seven’s Sunday Night, which attracted 951,000 metro viewers in the 7pm time slot.

Nine’s 60 Minutes, which aired at 8:30pm, averaged 867,000 metro viewers.

Nine News defeated Seven News with metro audiences of 1.214m and 1.167m respectively.

ABC News Sunday had 711,000 metro viewers, making it the channel’s most-watched program.

Nine won the Sunday night average audience share, at 25.6% ahead of Seven’s 17.9% and Ten’s 11.3%.

ABC’s share beat Ten, at 12.5% and SBS’ share was 7.4%.


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