MAFS doubles Amazing Race, Ultimate Tag launch.
Ratings: Disappointing start for Seven's new tentpole show. Nine wins Sunday.
Sunday was another winner for Nine, but a disappointment for Seven’s next big tentpole show.
Married at First Sight was #1 in Total People and the demos at 945,000 -up on last Sunday’s 898,000.
That was more than double The Amazing Race Australia (461,000 from 7:30pm), a low launch for Ultimate Tag (447,000) and Grand Designs New Zealand (429,000 from 7:40pm).
Later 60 Minutes drew 722,000, also doubling Harrow (382,000) and Movie: Kingsman: The Secret Service (281,000) followed by Silent Witness (271,000).
Nine network won Sunday with 34.6%, then Seven 23.9%, 10 17.6%, ABC 15.9% and SBS 8.0%.
Nine News drew 783,000 and a later edition was 465,000 for Nine.
Seven News won its slot at 846,000 for Seven.
The Sunday Project pulled 369,000 / 259,000 for 10. 10 News First was 260,000 / 202,000 then FBI: Most Wanted managed just 176,000.
ABC News was 604,000 for ABC. Antiques Roadshow was only 169,000.
On SBS it was Michael Palin: Travels Of A Lifetime (171,000), SBS World News (169,000 / 134,000) and Killer Bridges (129,000).
Bluey led multichannels at 181,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 7 March 2021