Seven and Nine beat Ten

Seven and Nine beat Ten

The Sochi Olympics aren’t pulling in enough ratings for Ten to beat out Seven and Nine in the total combined share, according to OzTam Preliminary metro ratings.

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Only 589,000 people tuned in for the Sochi Live D5 Evening, coming in at number 14 on the top 20 most watched shows last night.

Seven’s My Kitchen Rules (MKR) once again topped the charts for the third time in a row as 1.911 million people were curious to see what the last night’s contestants stuffed up as much as Harry and Christo from the night before.

Home and Away is also beginning to prove popular, being in the top ten shows for the past two nights and helping Seven pull to victory with its 991,000 viewers.

Seven came out on top with a combined total share of 33.1% with 26.6% going to its primary channel.

Nine came in second with a total share of 25.8%, 19.6% of that going to its primary channel.

Ten scored a bronze medal with its Sochi coverage, Ten’s Eyewitness News and The Project helping network come to a total share of 22.2%.

ABC found fourth position (14.9%) and SBS again came fifth (4.0%).