Monday TV Wrap: MAFS Reunion Finale Dominates Ratings

Monday TV Wrap: MAFS Reunion Finale Dominates Ratings

Sunday night saw MAFS’ finale episode which netted in an impressive 1,398,000 viewers – an increase of 264,000 from Wednesday night’s episode.

The extent of Coco and Cam’s affair was revealed, as was the reveal to everyone that Bryce did in fact buy a gift for his proclaimed not-girlfriend outside of the experiment. Perhaps most dramatically, Bec was exposed for kissing another man before making her final vow to Jake, after berating him for a New Years’ kiss he shared with fellow contestant Booka.

The drama was a clear ratings cocktail for Nine as the show secured the highest viewership of the year so far, according to OzTAM’s metro data.

Coming in second was Seven News with 1,038,000 viewers and Nine News with 1,021,000 followers.

The premiere of Spicks and Specks was the fourth highest-rated program with 665,000 viewers. This season is the first full series of the show since 2014.

Next was 60 Minutes with 647,000 viewers and ABC News Sunday with 622,000.

Seven’s Dancing With The Stars: All Stars bagged 621,000 viewers, who saw Australian model Jessica Gomes get eliminated.

It was also a hot night for Aussie true crime as Nine’s Australian Crime Stories had 341,000 viewers and Seven’s Crime Investigation Australia: Most Infamous had 270,000 viewers.

The rest of Nine’s night had the Sunday afternoon NRL game between the Warriors and the Dragons scored 241,000 viewers. Weekend Today had 235,000 viewers.

For Seven, the AFL had 365,000 viewers while Weekend Sunrise had 268,000.

At 10, The Sunday Project had 311,000 viewers and 10 News First had 285,000.

The SBS also saw a leap onto the top program list with 1000 Years Of History at 247,000 viewers.

Finally, for the ABC, psychological mystery seriesWakefield had 309,000 viewers while Insiders had 249,000.

Nine (all channels) resoundingly won the night with 40 per cent of the daily share, followed by Seven (all channels) with 25 per cent. The ABC TV Network had 15 per cent of the share, while Network 10 had 11 per cent and the SBS Network had seven per cent.

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