Seven’s My Kitchen Rules dominates as Nine’s offers The Big Bang Theory

Seven’ My Kitchen Rules dominated Tuesday evening, with 1.301m viewers tuning in to watch Melbourne’s Court and Duncan cook up a feast.

The 7:30pm program, which no longer has to compete with Nine’s Married at First Sight, climbed 65,000 viewers from last week’s audience of 1.236m.  

According to OzTam’s overnight preliminary metro ratings, My Kitchen Rules was also the most watched program across the key advertising demographics (16-39, 18-49, 25-54).

Also at 7:30pm, Nine’s Big Bang Theory managed 692,000 metro viewers, SBS’ Great continental railway journeys had a metro audience of 396,000 beating Ten’s Jamie’s Superfood Classic had an audience of 322,000.

Jamie’s Superfood Classics replaced The Biggest Loser: Transformed which has moved to the lunch time slot after a string of poor performances in prime time.

In news, Seven won the 6pm slot with a metro audience of 1.057m just ahead of Nine’s 1.029m.

However, Nine News 6:30 beat Seven’s Today Tonight with an audience of 1.044m ahead of Seven’s 1.022m metro viewers.

Seven won the night with an average audience share of 24.4%.

Nine’s share was second 17.4%, ahead of Ten’s 11.1%, the ABC’s 10.9% and SBS’ share of 5.7%.


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