My Kitchen Rules climbs back above 1m, handing Seven a Tuesday night win

Seven has narrowly beaten Nine to the largest overall audience share on Tuesday night, with a 24.3% main channel share, compared to Nine’s 23.2%.

The win was helped by Seven’s My Kitchen Rules, which climbed back over 1m viewers and achieved a metro audience of 1.032m. Despite Seven’s overall win, Nine’s Married at First Sight still topped the charts with 1.230m metro viewers.

Married at First Sight topped demographics 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54, with My Kitchen Rules following in second place.

Seven also narrowly won the news battle with 998,000 metro viewers, compared to Nine’s 955,000.

The most-watched drama show of the night was Seven’s The Good Doctor with 869,000 metro viewers, while Seven’s Home and Away brought in 646,000.

ABC’s most-watched show of the night was the news, with 720,000 viewers.

Ten felt the absence of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, achieving a 10% main channel overall audience share. The Project was its highest rated show thanks to a metro audience of 519,000.

Hughsey, We Have a Problem had 403,000 metro viewers.

ABC had an 11.0% share, and SBS had 5.3% of the metro audience.


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