Nine’s comedy Here Come the Habibs has continued to slide on its third outing, with 896,000 metro viewers tuning in at 8:35pm.
Ten’s NCIS was watched by 532,000 metro viewers, while Seven’s Rebecca Gibney drama, Wanted, grabbed a metro audience of 899,000 metro viewers at 9pm.
Earlier in the evening, Seven’s My Kitchen Rules pulled in 1.447m metro viewers at 7:30pm, easily beating reality rival I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! which delivered Ten a metro audience of 753,000, up on last week’s audience of 648,000.
Nine’s The Big Bang Theory was watched by 896,000, with 822,000 sticking around for a second episode of the US sitcom at 8:00pm.
MKR was the most-watched program across the key advertising demographics (16-39, 18-49 and 25-54) while Here Come The Habibs was the second most-watched show amongst viewers aged 16-39. I’m a Celebrity was the second most-watched for the 18-49 demo, while Nine’s The Big Bang Theory was the second-most watched show for 25-54 year olds.
Seven won the night with an audience share of 25.8%, ahead of Nine’s share of 21.2%. Ten claimed third place with a 14.5% share while the ABC settled for a share of 11%.
In the news battleground, Seven News at 6:00pm was watched by 1.108m, dipping to 1.059 from 6:30pm while Nine News at 6:00pm pulled in 1.006m, sliding to 996,000 at 6:30pm.