MAFS, daylight and the chocolate factory on SBS.
Ratings: Not much change in nightly numbers, except for a spike by a yummy SBS doco.
There wasn’t much shift in trends last night, with MAFS and then daylight before anything else -but SBS had a spike thanks to a Cadbury’s chocolate factory doco.
Married at First Sight was unbeatable at 1.33m viewers and dominated the demos. My Kitchen Rules, second in its slot was a long way behind at 724,000 viewers then Hard Quiz (610,000), 7:30 (589,000) and Bondi Rescue 321,000 / 268,000.
Nine network won Wednesday with 34.3% then Seven 28.0%, ABC 15.8%, 10 14.4% and SBS 7.5%.
Elsewhere Nine News was 858,000 / 846,000 for Nine then A Current Affair (743,000), New Amsterdam (493,000), Hot Seat (471,000 / 284,000) and True Medical (184,000).
Seven News won its slot with 914,000 / 877,000. Home & Away drew 583,000, The Chase was 490,000 / 298,000 then Undercurrent (415,000) and Criminal Minds (163,000).
ABC News (671,000) led for ABC. Rosehaven was 408,000 then Would I Lie to You? (259,000), Get Krack!n (224,000), The Drum (200,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (193,000).
The Project (401,000 / 227,000) was best for 10. 10 News First was 336,000, Pointless was 185,000 and Law & Order: SVU was last in its timeslot at only 167,000 / 167,000.
SBS drew quite a crowd for Secrets of the Chocolate Factory: Inside Cadbury at 339,000 which will likely top its week (cue Gogglebox review?), then Great British Railway Journeys (173,000), McMafia (145,000), Gourmet Farmer (106,000) and SBS World News (100,000).
Talking Married on 9Life topped multichannels at 170,000.
News Breakfast: 112,000 /
OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 20 February 2019.