Part I of a Married at First Sight Reunion managed to rise above news events to give Nine a win on Tuesday.
It drew 1.32m and topped the demos, which was its biggest audience all season. But Part II has been pushed to a Sunday screening by Nine -initially in response to a House Rules premiere (which is itself now pushed to Monday).
It was followed by 7:30 (772,000), Foreign Correspondent (676,000) and Border Security (345,000). But 10 viewers were in no mood for Coronavirus: How To Isolate Yourself (304,000). Great Canadian Railway Journeys followed at 283,000.
ABC News (966,000) A Current Affair (913,000) The Latest (582,000)
Later a Nine News special was 759,000) then Revelation (420,000) and a Seven Jack Reacher movie (401,00).
Nine network won Tuesday with 35.2% then Seven 24.2%, ABC 18.0%, 10 13.4% and SBS 8.2%.
Nine News was 1.23m / 1.17m for Nine. Hot Seat was 575,000 / 325,000.
Seven News won its slot with 1.26m / 1.18m for Seven. The Chase drew 638,000 / 418,000.
The Drum (238,000) and Fake or Fortune? (177,000) also comprised ABC’s night.
The Project was 581,000 / 426,000 for 10. 10 News First (521,000 / 333,000). How Clean Is Your House? (179,000) and NCIS (120,000) both struggled.
On SBS it was SBS World News (209,000), Insight (163,000), Mastermind (112,000), and Dateline (107,000). The Feed was 59,000.
Emmy winner Bluey again topped multichannels at 312,000.
News Breakfast: 189,000 / 69,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 31 March 2020