Seven wins ratings week with My Kitchen Rules the most watched program

Seven won the last week’s overall ratings with an overall audience share of 32.2% according to OzTam’s published figures.

Tuesday night’s episode of the reality cooking program, My Kitchen Rules, was the most watched program for the week with 1.196m metro viewers.

Sunday, Monday and Wednesday’s episodes of My Kitchen Rules rounded out the top four programs of the week with Seven’s The Good Doctor coming in fifth.

Nine came in second with an overall audience share of 27.3% topping Ten’s audience share of 17.3%, ABC’s 16.6% and SBS’ 6.5% share.

Seven also managed to top the key advertising demographics 25-54, 16-39 and grocery buyers.

In the 25-54 demographic Seven saw an audience share of 32% with Nine coming in a very close second with a 29.8% share compared to Ten’s 22.3%.

The 16-39 demographic saw Seven score a 32.5% share just beating Nine’s 31.5% share and Ten’s 21.7%.

In the grocery buyers with child advertising demographic Seven also topped the demographic with 31% as Nine was just behind with 30.8%.

The official ratings period starts next week.

The tables below are prepared by Nine based on Oztam data and exclude the non commercial channels: 


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