MAFS beats lowest ever MKR
Ratings: My Kitchen Rules helps Seven return to competitive share, but there was a sting in the tail.
My Kitchen Rules returned to Sunday and helped the network remain competitive -but it was a record low for the show at 858,000 viewers.
It was beaten again by Married at First Sight on 1.34m viewers which was down on last week’s 1.54m.
The numbers may have been impacted by a long weekend in Melbourne and the penultimate episode of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here at 549,000 for the bulk of the show, rising considerably for the elimination of Vicky Pattison at 658,000.
60 Minutes was also well down at 653,000 (last week 795,000) but ahead of Sunday Night‘s 558,000, upon last week’s 448,000.
Elsewhere Grand Designs was third in its slot at 558,000 before Howard’s End, down on last week.
Nine network won Sunday with 34.2% then Seven 27.8%, TEN 16.0%, ABC 15.8% and SBS 6.3%.
Married at First Sight was #1 for Nine with 1.34m viewers then Nine News (971,000) and 60 Minutes (653,000). Born to Kill drew 241,000.
Seven News (882,000) was best for Seven then My Kitchen Rules (858,000), Sunday Night (558,000) and Crimes that Shook the World (315,000).
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here pulled 658,000 /548,000 ahead of its finale. NCIS (397,000), The Sunday Project (347,000 / 227,000), TEN Eyewitness News (286,000), SEAL Team (208,000) and Family Feud (183,000) followed.
ABC News (657,0000), Grand Designs (558,000) and Howard’s End (471,000) comprised ABC’s night. A Hard Quiz repeat was 195,000 and Last Tango in Halifax was 177,000.
On SBS it was Eight Days That Made Rome (157,000), SBS World News (155,000), Michael Moore: Bowling for Columbine (146,000) and Gunned Down (112,000).
ABC KIDS’ Dinosaur Train (189,000) topped multichannels.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 11 March 2018