Brits unable to lift I’m a Celebrity for TEN
Ratings: Paul Burrell & Vicky Pattinson were no match for Married at First Sight & My Kitchen Rules.
The arrival of the Brits, Paul Burrell & Vicky Pattinson, has provided no lift for I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here as it battles Nine & Seven.
Last night the show pulled 529,000 viewers, its lowest figure so far, while Married at First Sight outranked MKR on 1.06m and 1.03m viewers, respectively.
Burrell gave the first of his royal insights, including his views on whether Prince Harry was fathered by Prince Charles (yes) and detailed his first meeting with Her Majesty. But it wasn’t enough to contend against two titans elsewhere, and subsequently impacted Hughesy We Have a Problem slipping under 450,000.
Nine’s Date Night has debuted quite well with 529,000 in a 9pm timeslot, winning its slot outside of Winter Olympics. The demos were particularly good.
The Checkout was another caught in the Reality crossfire at 494,000, down slightly on last week’s 519,000. Insight returned to 217,000 for SBS.
Seven enjoyed another strong night thanks to MKR & Winter Olympics, whilst Seven News & The Chase won their slots.
Seven network won with 38.7% then Nine 25.9%, TEN 16.9%, ABC 13.0% and SBS 5.6%.
My Kitchen Rules (1.03m) led for Seven followed by Seven News (1.01m), Winter Olympics (914,000 / 403,000), Home and Away (677,000) and The Chase (577,000 / 400,000).
Married at First Sight was #1 for Nine on 1.06m then Nine News (908,000 / 882,000), A Current Affair (778,000), Date Night (529,000) and Hot Seat (456,000 / 278,000). One Night with My Ex was 229,000.
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here pulled 529,000 for TEN then The Project (482,000 / 303,000), Hughesy We Have a Problem (450,000) and TEN Eyewitness News (396,000). Family Feud was 272,000 and NCIS: LA was 181,000.
ABC News (650,000), 7:30 (538,000), The Checkout (494,000), Catalyst (364,000) and No More Boys and Girls (188,000) comprised ABC’s night. Think Tank was 150,000.
On SBS it was Insight (217,000), Dateline (201,000), Who Do You Think You Are? (156,000), State Secret: Inside North Korea (121,000) and SBS World News (117,000).
Winter Olympics again topped multichannels with 289,000.
Today Extra: 109,000 / 75,000
Studio 10: 80,000 / 65,000 / 55,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 13 February 2018.