Nine’s Married at First Sight reaches season high with over 1.3m viewers

Nine’s reality TV show Married at First Sight has managed its highest audience of 2019, reaching more than 1.3m metro viewers.

Last night’s episode beat its 2019 audience record of 1.298m, attracting an audience of 1.349m viewers, according to OzTam’s overnight preliminary ratings.

Reaching its season high last night, Married at First Sight was also the most watched program across key advertising demographics total people, 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Topping the ratings ladder and its 7.30pm time slot, Married at First Sight beat Seven’s My Kitchen Rules which obtained 774,000 viewers and Ten’s Ambulance Australia.

Ten’s Ambulance Australia only managed 259,000 metro viewers in the 7.30pm time slot, according to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings.

Married at First Sight helped Nine to win the Tuesday TV ratings battle, as the channel managed an overall audience share of 28.2%.

Nine beat its rival free to air channels, as Seven scored a 20.7% overall audience share, while the ABC beat Ten again with an 11% share compared to Ten’s 8.1% share.

Meanwhile, SBS managed a 4% overall audience share.

The news battle for the evening saw Seven News at 6pm beat Nine News with 898,000 metro viewers compared to Nine’s 853,000.


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