AO, MAFS serve up winning week for Nine

With the end of the Australian Open last, Nine got into general programming for 2021 with Married at First Sight again proving punishing to the competition.

Nine again won in Total People and Demos.

While 10’s new game show The Cube topped their week, Seven’s sole primetime success was Seven News. All other shows averaged under 500,000 metro viewers.

Network:
Nine: 31.9
Seven: 24.7
ABC: 17.7
10: 17.5
SBS: 8.2

Primary channel:
Nine: 23.6
Seven: 16.4
ABC: 12.9
10: 10.3
SBS: 5.0

Multichannels:
10 BOLD: 3.8
7TWO: 3.3
7mate: 3.0
10 Peach: 2.8
9GO!: 2.7
9GEM / ABC TV KIDS Plus: 2.4
7flix / 9Life / ABC News: 2.0
SBS VICELAND: 1.4
9RUSH: 1.3
SBS Food / SBS World Movies: 0.8
10 Shake: 0.6
ABC ME: 0.4
NITV: 0.2

Nine won the demos 16-39 and 25-54.

Nine led every night except Friday, claimed by Seven. ABC bettered 10 on Sunday, Friday & Saturday.

Nine won all cities except Perth, forever loyal to Seven.

Best brands last week were:

Nine: Australian Open (Men’s Final: 1.17m), Married at First Sight (Tues: 991,000), Nine News (857,000) and A Current Affair (652,000).

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 978,000), Holey Moley (Sun: 491,000), Home & Away (463,000) and The Chase (445,000).

ABC: ABC News (658,000), Death in Paradise (622,000), Hard Quiz (588,000) and Australian Story (573,000).

10: The Cube (567,000), The Amazing Race Australia (Sun: 523,000), Gogglebox (520,000) and The Sunday Project (7pm: 420,000).

SBS: Great Continental Railway Journeys (236,000), Britain’s Most Historic Towns (235,000), Michael Palin: Travels of a Lifetime (207,000) and SBS World News (164,000).

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