Nine catches another overnight win as MAFS couples meet the family

Married At First Sight (MAFS) on Nine topped Tuesday’s entertainment programming while winning all three key advertising demos.

The show aired to 893,000 metro viewers, followed by The Chase Australia on Seven with 526,000 metro viewers.

MAFS Homestay Week brought in the crowd

Home and Away on Seven brought in 526,000 metro viewers, while The Hundred with Andy Lee attracted 417,000 metro viewers.

Further down the list, The Dog House Australia on Ten pulled in 318,000 metro viewers, an improvement from last week’s 288,000.

Meanwhile, Seven’s new format We Interrupt This Broadcast aired to 279,000 metro viewers.

The #1 news program on Tuesday was Seven News at 6:30 with 929,000 metro viewers, followed by Seven News with 922,000, Nine News at 6:30 with 705,000 and Nine News with 704,000.

Nine network won the night with a 34.7% overall share, followed by Seven with 25.2%, ABC with 17.5% and Ten with 14%.

The top-rated primary channel was Nine with a 27.3% share, but the top-rated multichannel was 7Two and ABC Kids/ABC TV Plus with a 3% share each.

Mumbrella has been advised that Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV Report for 14 March was delayed.


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