Seven’s ratings momentum continues after Commonwealth Games

The first ratings week after the Commonwealth Games saw Seven maintain its momentum on the back of another strong performance by My Kitchen Rules.

Wednesday’s My Kitchen Rules, featuring contestants being thrown off the show, topped the week’s ratings with 1.623 metro viewers. Along with Sunday’s Seven News, which attracted 1.35 million viewers as the second most watched program; MKR’s Tuesday, Sunday and Monday episodes made up the rest of the week’s top five shows.

The Commonwealth Games closing ceremony still attracted over a million viewers despite the commentators’ criticisms

Despite criticisms, the controversial closing of the Commonwealth games still managed to attract 1.12 million viewers on Sunday night.

For Nine, The Voice’s premier on Sunday night against MKR and the Commonwealth Games saw it attract its lowest ever opening show ratings, but the show still managed to crack the million viewer mark with 1.029 million metro tuning in.

Seven maintained its lead with a 23.9% audience share for the main channel and 35.1% for the network, Nine came in with 18.3% and 26.4% respectively.

Ten’s woes continued with the network being beaten by the ABC. The ABC’s main channel share was 11.5% with a the network attracting 16.3% of the week’s audience, Ten’s respective numbers were 11.0% and 15.1%.

SBS attracted 4.9% of the week’s audience to its main channel with its total share being 6.9%.

The ratings graphic below was provided by Nine, and excludes non commercial channels:


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