Married at First Sight has wrapped with its biggest audience all season and pushed Nine to a knockout 40% share for Sunday.
A Reunion special drew 1.4m metro viewers despite heated competition elsewhere and topped the demos. This concludes another winning season for Nine, dominating Q1 and now relegated to Instagram and the sidebar of the Daily Mail for months to come….
MAFS more than doubled its competition: Spicks & Specks (665,000 from 7:40pm). Dancing with the Stars: All Stars (621,000), Scotland: 1000 Years of History (247,000 from 7:30pm) and Malika: The Lion Queen, just 108,000 over its 2 hour run.
Nine also led later viewing with 60 Minutes at 647,000 for Nine then Australian Crime Stories (341,000) -both on Nine- Wakefield (309,000) and Crime Investigation Australia (270,000).
Nine network easily won Sunday with an impressive 40.4% share then Seven 25.1%, ABC 15.6%, 10 11.2% and SBS 7.7%.
Nine News drew 1.02m viewers for Nine.
Seven News led its slot at 1.04m. Declassified: The Royal Scandals was 120,000 / 93,000.
ABC News pulled 622,000. Silent Witness was 219,000 and Compass was 190,000.
The Sunday Project was best for 10 at 311,000 / 283,000. 10 News First was 285,000 / 258,000 but FBI: Most Wanted was just 91,000 / 76,000.
On SBS it was SBS World News (209,000 / 159,000) and Sydney’s Super Tunnel (131,000).
Peppa Pig led multichannels at 170,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 18 April 2021