MKR flies close to two million

MKR flies close to two million
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Seven’s My Kitchen Rules flew close to two million viewers last night, luring a hefty audience of 1.95 million.

The second highest-rating entertainment program was Nine’s The Block: All Stars, which took in 1.04 million in fourth place, according to OzTam’s free-to-air overnight metro rankings.

Seven’s dramas, Home and Away and Bones, also made it into the top ten, the former scoring sixth spot with 1.01 million and the latter pulling 922,000.

News performed strongly, with Seven’s primetime package coming in second with 1.16 million, and Nine News scoring third with 1.12 million. ABC News won 982,000.

Seven’s Today Tonight ranked above Nine’s A Current Affair, the former luring 1.03 million while the latter pulled 952,000.

The Mentalist, Hot Property and Hot Seat (all Nine shows) also made it into the top 15 programs of the night.

Ten’s only program in the top 20 was its 5pm news bulletin, which scored 13th with 621,000.

Network Seven won the largest share of total audience – 35.8% – followed by Network Nine – 25.5%.

The ABC took a larger share of audience than Network Ten, with the public broadcaster luring 18.4% of the night’s viewers while Ten pulled 14.1%. 

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