Nine’s Married at First Sight stable at 880,000, but Seven’s MKR dominates with 1.439m

MarriedMarried at First Sight continues to pull relatively solid numbers with a metro audience last night of 880,000.

That result is up on Monday night when it drew 874,000 metro viewers at 7:30pm, up on its Monday debut of last week but down on Tuesday’s episode of last week, which had 905,000.

The Married at First Sight result was, however, again dwarfed by Seven’s ratings juggernaut My Kitchen Rules, which had 1.439m viewers, while over on Ten, Bondi Rescue and Territory Cops drew 536,000 and 530,000 viewers, respectively. 

Nine had a rare win in the 6:00pm news race, narrowly beating Seven with 1.11m to Seven’s 1.099m but then lost the 6:30pm bulletin with 1.068 tuning in to Seven and 1.063 for Nine.

Ten’s highest-rating program of the night was The Project at 7:00pm, with 652,000 viewers.

Seven’s main channel audience share was a 24.6% – which saw it win the night. Nine had 17.3%, Ten 14.3% and the ABC 11.6%.


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