Seven’s My Kitchen Rules and Seven Year Switch continue to perform across all demos

Seven’s relationship reality series Seven Year Switch pulled in 929,000 metro viewers at 9:00pm last night after My Kitchen Rules delivered the channel a 7:30pm audience of 1.462m.

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MKR and Seven Year Switch were the most-watched and second most-watched programs across the key advertising programs (16-39, 18-49 and 25-54) and helped Seven win the night with a share of 26.5%.

It was ahead of Nine’s share of 16.8%, while Ten claimed third place with a share of 14.8%. The ABC settled for a share of 11.3%.

Nine’s Married at First Sight, which went head-to-head with MKR at 7:30pm, was watched by 831,000, down on last week’s audience of 880,000. Married at First Sight is down 24% when compared with the 2015 series average.

Reno Rumble, which aired directly after at 8:30pm, grabbed 352,000 metro viewers. The show is down 52% when compared with the 2015 series average.

On Ten, Bondi Rescue had an audience of 536,000 at 7:30pm, Territory Cops (8:00pm) pulled in 521,000 and NCIS (8:30pm) was watched by 658,000.

In the news battleground, Seven News at 6:00pm grabbed 1.135m, sliding to 1.060m at 6:30pm. Nine News at 6:00pm pulled in 968,000, growing very slightly to 969,000 from 6:30pm.

On the ABC, 7.30 was watched by 667,000, Catalyst  (8:00pm) had an audience of 587,000 and Keeping Australia Alive (8:30pm) lured an audience of 497,000.

In breakfast TV, Seven’s Sunrise and Nine’s Today show tied with both programs posting an audience of 339,000 metro viewers.


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