Seven wins with MKR & Molly while Nine struggles on Sunday.
Ratings: While MKR wins with 1.68m viewers, ABC's Doc Martin outranks anything on Nine or TEN all night.
Sunday was such a great night for Seven that it’s difficult to find much good news for the competition.
My Kitchen Rules topped the night with 1.68m viewers -a lift of 208,000 viewers on last week. Molly also won its timeslot with 1.53m viewers, a drop of 262,000 viewers from Part I.
I’m A Celebrity managed a slight increase, up to 706,000 for its elimination but Australia’s Got Talent slid backwards to 688,000 -down 196,000. That also hurt 60 Minutes which has having a glum start to the year, not helped by its messy starting time of 8:15pm. It was just 637,000 viewers.
Seven network drew a 38.4% share then Nine 21.7%, ABC 17.2%, TEN 15.6% and SBS 7.1%.
Also scoring for Seven was Seven News (1.01m) while a Wanted replay drew 427,000 viewers.
Nine News (950,000) was best for Nine. Australia’s Got Talent was 688,000 and 60 Minutes was 637,000. Movie: Salt was just 255,000.
ABC’s Doc Martin outranked anything Nine or TEN screened all night with 1.03m viewers. ABC News (857,000) and Vera (713,000) followed.
TEN divided I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here into two figures (706,000 for the elimination and 634,000 for the bulk of the show). Modern Family was 589,000, The X-Files was 549,000 and TEN Eyewitness News was 397,000. Limitless was just 201,000.
On SBS it was Great Wall of China: The Hidden Story (237,000), Planes That Changed the World (233,000), Movie: Monty Python’s Life of Brian (199,000) and SBS World News (165,000).
7TWO’s Escape to the Country was best on multichannels at 165,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 14 February 2016.