My Kitchen Rules pushed above the two million mark last night, helping Seven to a commanding total 36.6% share of all free-to-air viewers.
MKR has inched closer to two million viewers a night since the cooking competition entered its pointy end with 2.08 million people watching last night, according to OzTam’s preliminary metro ratings.
Seven’s drama Resurrection was the evening’s second most watched show with 1.330 million viewers.
The combination helped Seven take a total 36.6% share of all FTA viewers with 30% going to the network’s primary channel.
Nine was in second place on a total 25.5% with just 18% for its primary channel.
Nine’s most watched show was Nine News with 1.227 million viewers. Its comedy line up of The Big Bang Theory sat in 10th and 11th place with the repeat episodes pulling in 865,000 viewers and 825,000.
Ten was in fourth place overall on a combined 15.7% with 10.7% for its main channel.
The ABC sat in front of the commercial network on a total 17.7% share with 12.6% for ABC1.
Ten had two top 20 programs with Ten Eyewitness News (676,000) and NCIS (630,000).
The ABC’s most watched show was ABC News, in eighth place the news broadcast won 957,000 viewers.
SBS sat in last place with a combined share of 4.5% with 3.7% of that going to SBS ONE.
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