Married at First Sight affair tops Sunday
Ratings: Bad boy Dean delivers for Nine, but Seven still wins Sunday.
Lies and cheating on Married at First Sight ensured Nine’s reality show topped Sunday night viewing with 1.35m viewers.
The fallout of a Dean, Tracey and Davina triangle delivered a season high for Nine and a win in the demos, ahead of My Kitchen Rules at 1.14m -down slightly on last Sunday’s 1.16m.
That left I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here with 618,000 viewers for the ‘elimination’ of Kerry Armstrong but 544,000 for the bulk of the show, albeit without a 30 minute head start.
Meanwhile the Winter Olympics is still scoring for Seven, ahead of the return of 60 Minutes, Shetland and NCIS.
The Sunday Project improved slightly for TEN, up from 390,000 to 411,000 for the second half.
Seven network won Sunday with 36.7% then Nine 30.0%, ABC 15.6%, TEN 13.1% and SBS 4.5%.
My Kitchen Rules was best for Seven at 1.14m viewers then Seven News (1.02m) and Winter Olympics (935,000 / 452,000 / 442,000).
Married at First Sight was #1 for Nine at 1.35m viewers followed by Nine News (961,000), 60 Minutes (810,000), and Born to Kill? (334,000).
ABC News (744,000), Hawke: The Larrikin & the Leader (597,000) and Shetland (528,000) comprised ABC’s night. A QI repeat was 202,000.
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here drew 618,000 / 544,000 viewers for TEN followed by The Sunday Project (411,000 / 281,000), NCIS (338,000), TEN Eyewitness News (309,000), Family Feud (191,000) and SEAL Team (188,000).
On SBS it was Eight Days That Made Rome (159,000), China’s Megatomb Revealed (147,000), SBS World News (132,000) and Hitler’s Secrets (96,000).
7mate’s Winter Olympics topped multichannels at 226,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 18 February 2018