MAFS continues to top entertainment and key advertising demos

Nine’s Married at First Sight continued to top entertainment programs with 752,000 metro viewers, as well as topping all three key advertising demographics.

Nine also had the highest network share on Thursday night.

MAFS topped entertainment last night

For entertainment, Seven’s The Chase Australia came second with 523,000 metro viewers, followed by Seven’s Home and Away with 481,000 metro viewers.

Nine’s Australia Behind Bars – with the small-screen return of host Melissa Doyle – came next with 471,000 metro viewers.

Seven’s broadcast of Evening 1 of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics Games had 351,000 metro viewers, and Night 1 had 264,000 metro viewers.

Overall, the highest watched program was Seven News with 931,000 metro viewers followed by Seven News at 6.30 with 900,000 metro viewers.

Nine News was next with 793,000 metro viewers, then Nine News 6.30 with 759,000 metro viewers.

ABC News followed with 614,000 metro viewers.

Next was Nine’s A Current Affair with 592,000 metro viewers.

As mentioned, Nine had the highest network share with 32.8%, followed by Seven with 30.3%. ABC was next with 14.1% then Network 10 with 13.7%.

The top-rating multi-channel was 7mate with 5.2%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 27 January, Nine’s broadcast of the Australian Open semi-final match between Ash Barty and Madison Keys topped with 2.178 million total viewers, including 115,000 BVOD viewers nationally and an uplift of 6%.

The program with the biggest uplift however was ABC’s broadcast of Miriam & Alan: Lost in Scotland with an uplift of 35%, totalling 396,000 viewers with 59,000 nationally on BVOD.

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