MAFS powerhouse helps Nine win another ratings week

Episodes 29, 30, 31 and 32 of this season of Married At First Sight once again helped Nine to a ratings week win.

The episodes were the most-watched programs of the week on free-to-air television, commanding metro audiences of 1.477m (Sunday), 1.463m (Wednesday), 1.351m (Monday), and 1.305m (Tuesday), taking the primary channel to a 23.5% audience share.

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Seven’s competitor My Kitchen Rules didn’t fare as well, with its four episodes throughout the week securing 746,000 (Tuesday), 723,000 (Sunday), 714,000 (Monday), and 738,000 (Wednesday).

Seven’s most-watched program for the week was Seven News on Sunday night, which had 945,000 metro viewers.

The channel finished on a 20.7% audience share for the week.

The ABC once again beat out Ten in terms of overall audience share, holding onto 12.0% of the metro TV audience for the week. Its most-watched program was also its Sunday news offering, with 756,000.

Ten had 9.2% of the audience.

On a network basis, the rankings remained the same, with Nine Network commanding 31.8%, and Seven only slightly behind on 30.4%. The ABC had 17.0%, ahead of Ten’s 14.3%. SBS’ main channel had 4.3%, while the network had 6.6%.

The graphs and charts below are provided by Nine and are built off OzTAM data. They exclude data for ABC and SBS. 


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