Married at First Sight momentarily turned into The Bachelor last night as Cam got on bended knee and proposed to Jules, for real (and she said yes).
If it comes to pass after the reality bubble subsides it will be the first real marriage in the show’s six seasons (Season 1’s Zoe & Alex had a baby but never married, while Season 2’s Erin & Bryce remain a couple).
The show drew 1.49m viewers, down by 200,000 on last week but still topping the demos for Nine.
My Kitchen Rules was second in its slot at 800,000, up on last week with Restoration Australia third from 7:40pm at 498,000.
Chris & Julia’s Sunday Night Takeaway hit a new low at a dismal 218,000 viewers.
Nine network blitzed Sunday with a 39.0% share then Seven 28.4%, ABC 15.6%, 10 10.1% and SBS 6.9%.
Nine News pulled 971,000 for Nine then 60 Minutes 842,000 and Australian Crime Stories (336,000).
Seven News won its slots with 1.11m viewers for Seven then Sunday Night (472,000) and The Babes in the Woods Murder just 218,000.
ABC News was 638,000 and a Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala was 376,000. Ask the Doctor was 150,000.
All of 10 shows were under 300,000 viewers with The Sunday Project at 293,000 / 228,000 and Hughesy We Have a Problem on 219,000. 10 News First was 191,000 (it should be adjusted to 244,000). Bondi Rescue drew 160,000 and NCIS was just 143,000.
On SBS it was The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer at 153,000 then SBS World News (133,000) and Scientology: Going Clear (131,000).
A 7mate Harry Potter movie topped multichannels at 179,000. Is that even on brand?
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday March 31 2019