My Kitchen Rules finale draws 1.969m for winner announcement, down on last year

The finale of last night’s My Kitchen Rules saw 1.969mm metro viewers tune in to see Melbourne sisters Tasia and Gracia crowned the winners.

My Kitchen Rules winners Tasia and Gracia were watched by Xm viewers.

My Kitchen Rules winners Tasia and Gracia were watched by 1.969m viewers

The episode had an average audience of 1.820m metro viewers with the winners’ announcement segment the most-watched show across the key advertising demographics (16-39, 18-49 and 25-54). The rest of the finale, which aired on Seven from 7.30pm to 9.45pm, was the second most-watched program.

The result was, for the second year in a row, down on last year, when the finale of the reality cooking franchise drew 2.082m. 

MKR won the night with Nine running dead in the 7.30pm timeslot choosing to run Cats Vs Dogs: Which is Best? which drew 421,000 metro viewers.

Ten’s Bondi Rescue and Territory Cops drew 564,000 and 518,000 in the same time slot.

Later in the evening, Seven’s relationship show Seven Year Switch, which aired directly after MKR at 9.45pm, pulled in 786,000 metro viewers.

NCIS, on Ten at 8.30pm, was watched by 570,000 while Nine’s Reno Rumble, airing from 9pm, grabbed XX.

In the news battleground, Seven News at 6pm had an audience of by 1.150m, slipping to 1.072m from 6.30pm.

Nine News at 6pm grabbed 1.085m, dipping to 1.072m from 6.30pm.

In breakfast TV, Seven’s Sunrise drew 328,000 but was beaten by Nine’s Today which was watched by 349,000.


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