My Kitchen Rules roasts Logies in the ratings
Ratings: Never mind the acceptance speeches, viewers flocked to Seven's cooking show instead.
Seven’s reality show drew a whopping 1.91m viewers last night, as Western Australia’s Chloe and Kelly claimed their spot in Tuesday night’s grand final, defeating Queensland surfer dads Paul and Blair.
The best the Logies could manage was for its red carpet arrivals at 974,000 viewers.
The average for the ceremony, lasting nearly 3.5 hours was 962,000 but even that was not enough to give Nine the lead on the evening share. Seven won that convincingly too.
Seven’s network share was 36.1% then Nine 30.1%, TEN 14.9%, ABC 14.6% and SBS 4.5%.
Next for Seven were Seven News (1.38m), Sunday Night (1.25m) and Downton Abbey (917,000).
Best for Nine was Nine News (1.2m), 60 Minutes (1.16m) and the Logies (974,000 / 962,000).
TEN’s Modern Family “Australia” episode attracted one of the network’s biggest audiences all year at 1.05m viewers., followed by the 8pm episode (644,000) and Angela Bishop’s behind the scenes edition (642,000). The Millers premiered to 611,000 / 541,000, Elementary was 464,000 and TEN Eyewitness News was 449,000.
ABC News (765,000) was best for ABC1 then Restoration Home (589,000), Parer’s War (522,000) and Midsomer Murders (377,000).
On SBS ONE it was Life and Death in Herculaneum (280,000), Life on Us (182,000 and SBS World News (158,000).
ABC2’s Humf topped multichannels at 245,000 viewers.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 27 April 2014