MKR improves but MAFS tops Sunday

Ratings: Nine has claimed victory on the first day of the 2019 ratings year.

Nine has claimed victory on the first day of the 2019 ratings year, thanks to Married at First Sight and 60 Minutes leading in total people and demos.

MAFS drew 1.26m viewers ahead of an improved My Kitchen Rules on 1.05m -its best figure so far this season.

ABC documentary Magical Land of Oz was third in its slot on 552,000 from 7:40pm.

10’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me out of Here, from 7:30pm, pulled 544,000 viewers but rose to 625,000 for the elimination of Natasha Exelby.

Nine network won Sunday with 33.8% then Seven 29.4%, ABC 16.8%, 10 15.7% and SBS 4.3%.

Elsewhere last night Nine News was 940,000, 60 Minutes drew 904,000 and Murder Lies & Alibis was 387,000.

Seven News won its slot with 951,000 while Operation Live pulled 544,000 / 429,000.

ABC News was 645,000 and The Cry drew 486,000 for ABC. Mrs Wilson was 391,000.

A Hughesy repeat was 321,000 for 10 then The Sunday Project (298,000 / 139,000) and 10 News First (244,000).

SBS was low with SBS World News (120,000), Hitler’s World (107,000), Sinkholes: Deadly Drops (93,000) and (Dis)Honesty: The Truth about Lies (66,000).

Movie Passengers on 9GO! topped multichannels with 146,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 10 February 2019.

14 Responses

  1. SBS has really lost it’s way lately, it is getting to the point where not only are the some of the singular commercial multi-channels beating the main channel in the ratings but all the SBS channels combined.

  2. Oz had some good footage but the script and narration let it down. And the constant repeating of the cheesy catch phrase they titled it with was so annoying I gave up on it. I recorded Mrs Wilson. I did try recording NCIS but Ten switched in a repeat at short notice and I missed the end of the episode, so deleted it. So much for the start of the ratings season, tonight is chock full of my regular late night Monday shows, and Homeground to record.

    1. It’s a bit complicated. 10 was planning to show a new episode of NCIS last night. NCIS had a four-week break in the US (including last week’s State of the Union address by President Donald Trump) which means the next episode (episode 13 in season 16) won’t be shown until this Tuesday February 12 local time. 10 has episode 12 up its sleeve and could have shown it last night, so it will be up to date with America, but it will mean 10 will not have new episodes to show if NCIS is pre-empted again later in the season.

    1. Loved episode two!! My goodness. I was so tempted to stream ep 3 straight after but have enjoyed waiting each Sunday to view each episode. Not into MAFS etc so The Cry is great viewing.

  3. Can we take a moment to talk about the beautiful candid moment between Natasha and Shane last night on I’m A Celeb! What a beautiful story he shared. Natasha grabbing his hand was beautiful and the dust certainly got in my eyes as well. Bravo for actual reality in a reality show TEN!

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