MAFS be kidding: Over 1m viewers on Sunday as Nine wins ratings week

Married at First Sight has topped the overall ratings and entertainment on Sunday, as the show won the ratings week for Nine.

The episode aired to a metro audience of 1.076 million metro viewers, with the program also winning all three key advertising demos, and surpassed both Seven and Nine News.

Nine took the week ending 12 March with a network share of 32.3% over Seven’s 26%, while ABC and Ten both finished the week with a 16.7% share.

Nine also managed to win the primary channel share for the week, with a 24.3% share ahead of Seven’s 17.5%, and the top multi-channel for the week was 7TWO on 3.7%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 6 March, Sunday’s episode of MAFS was the #1 program nationally across linear, with 1.852 million viewers, including 441,000 on BVOD and an uplift of 42%.

The program with the biggest uplift for the week was an episode of  Killing Eve on ABC, a British spy thriller television series, produced in the United Kingdom by Sid Gentle Films for BBC America and BBC Three, with an uplift of 85%.

Looking at Sunday’s ratings, and next in entertainment was Nine’s 60 Minutes which aired to an average metro audience of 634,000 viewers.

Seven’s Dancing with the Stars: All Stars saw an average of 517,000 metro viewers tune in.

Ten’s Survivor Blood vs Water saw 416,000 metro viewers tune in, followed by ABC’s Grand Designs New Zealand, which had 327,000 metro viewers.

Meanwhile, as previously mentioned MAFS was the #1 metro program on Sunday followed by Seven News on Sunday with 827,000 metro viewers, while Nine News on Sunday saw 826,000 metro viewers tune in. 

Nine won the night, taking an overall network share of 38% over Seven’s 25.2%, while Ten took a 16.4% share and the ABC had 12.8%.

Nine also won the primary channel share, and the top-rating multi-channel on Sunday was 7TWO and 10 Bold both with a share of 2.6%.

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