It was another predictable Sunday night with Married At First Sight again taking the lollies, while MKR improved to take silver.
MAFS took the honours with 1.45 million, while MKR pulled in 1.06 million.
However, the talk of the OzTAM numbers had to be Network Ten failing to go over 300,000 for any of its programming last night.
Ten’s forgettable night meant it could only muster a measly 10 per cent of audience share. Nine had a thumping win with 35.8 per cent, Seven was second with 31.8 per cent, the ABC had 16 per cent and SBS just 6.4 per cent.
Ten’s best was its news bulletin that managed only 293,000, while The Sunday Project could only manage a worrying 250,000. It even got beat by NCIS with 290,000.
Seven’s 6pm news bulletin (1.02 million) pipped Nine’s (1.01 million). However, Nine got its revenge in the current affairs slot, 60 Minutes beating Sunday Night 775,000 to 608,000, respectively.
Over at the ABC, its night went thus: ABC News (738,000), Grand Designs (613,000), Howard’s End (423,000) and Hard Quiz (117,000). SBS’s best was That Sugar Film with 229,000.