1.39m viewers eclipsed 1.38m viewers the night before, beating out MKR‘s 1.21m viewers.
TEN’s Modern Family double was in fourth place behind Australian Story and 7:30.
ABC titles improved as Four Corners led in 8:30 titles (save for earlier shows that trailed over) with 708,000 viewers, ahead of a House Husbands double and movies elsewhere.
Seven News and A Current Affair both won their timeslots.
New entry The Chef’s’ Line has been merged as simulcast figures from SBS and SBS Food Network into one figure.
Meanwhile round #1 of the battle between breakfast shows -Hawaii vs Bowral- has gone to Bowral.
Nine led in primary share but multichannels pushed Seven network across the line with 30.9% then Nine 29.9%, ABC 18.6%, TEN 14.8% and SBS 5.9%.
My Kitchen Rules (1.21m) led for Seven then Seven News (1.18m / 1.15m), Home and Away (820,000), The Chase (633,000 / 410,000) and Movie: Fast & Furious (345,000).
Married at First Sight (1.39m) was #1 for Nine then Nine News (1.08m / 1.07m), A Current Affair (939,000), House Husbands (637,000 / 435,000) and Hot Seat (535,000 / 303,000). Footy Classified drew 105,000 / 55,000.
ABC News (803,000), Australian Story (716,000), Media Watch (712,000), Four Corners (708,000), 7:30 (676,000) and Q & A (484,000) comprised ABC’s night.
The Project (573,000 / 399,000) led for TEN, then TEN Eyewitness News (529,000), Family Feud (360,000), Modern Family (343,000 / 305,000) and Movie: Spy (336,000).
On SBS it was Michael Mosley: Trust Me I’m a Doctor (229,000), Simon Reeve’s Turkey (228,000), SBS World News (169,000) and SAS: Who Dares Wins (77,000).
Peppa Pig pounced on multichannels at 216,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 115,000 / 52,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 3 April 2017