MAFS tops Sunday viewing, NRL scores for Nine.

A strong daytime crowd for the NRL in Las Vegas, while MAFS and Seven News were timeslot winners.

Nine’s NRL opener in Las Vegas averaged an impressive 796,000 on Sunday and reached 1.69 viewers.

Married at First Sight was again the top show at 1.76m in National TV Audience, on par with last Sunday’s episode.

The eclipsed Australian Idol (950,000) which was up on last Sunday and from 7:30pm Death in Paradise (764,000) and, up on last Sunday was Australian Survivor (615,000).

Later 60 Minutes drew 781,000 then King Con (480,000) and House of Gods (258,000).

Nine News averaged 1.24m viewers with a late edition at 413,000.

Seven News won its slot at 1.3m viewers. Soham: Catching a Killer was 207,000.

ABC News drew 846,000 with Silent Witness at 137,000.

The Sunday Project was 294,000 for 10, then 10 News First (288,000 / 216,000), NCIS: Hawaii (154,000 / 88,0000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (180,000 / 138,000), Herculaneum Unwrapped with Alice Roberts (138,000), Netanyahu, America & the Road to War in Gaza (102,000).

National Total TV: Sunday 3 March 2024

3 Responses

    1. Yes it’s down, but ABC has to factor in lower numbers will likely result when all episodes are made available on iview at launch. There’s a disconnect where those numbers are not reported by OzTAM in BVOD because they have to be tied to a linear broadcast. I’d say the series is aimed at Australians wanting to learn more about the specific community it is set within.

      1. Well we are 2 ABC viewers who pulled out of ‘House of Gods’ … watched about 15 mins or so of the 2nd episode & then switched off. Part of the problem was the hardcoded subtitles … great that they are in yellow which helps them standout against the background but were too small for our 65+ eyes … particularly given the amount of subtitles.

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