Nine’s Married At First Sight topped the million mark last night, as a total of 1,077,000 viewers tuned in to watch this year’s contestants gather for the reunion.
This helped Nine win the night with an overall audience share of 37.1 per cent, followed by Network 10 with 21.7 per cent, Seven with 19.3 per cent, the ABC with 14.5 per cent and SBS with 7.4 per cent.
It was also a big night for Network Ten, with I’m a Celebrity making its 2023 debut and the final of this years’ Australian Grand Prix being streamed on the network.
A total of 596,000 Aussies tuned in last night to watch hosts Julia Morris and Chris Brown welcome this year’s batch of contestants, making it the second most-watched show for entertainment.
A total of 514,000 Australians also signed up to watch the F1, with Red Bull winning the chaotic Melbourne-based final.
Daily Channel Share
|Nine Network||Seven Network||Network 10||ABC TV Network||SBS Network|
Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)
|1||MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT -SUN||Nine Network||1,077,000|
|2||SEVEN NEWS – SUN||Seven Network||963,000|
|3||NINE NEWS SUNDAY||Nine Network||849,000|
|4||ABC NEWS SUNDAY-EV||ABC TV||601,000|
|5||I’M A CELEBRITY…GET ME OUT OF HERE! – WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE||Network 10||596,000|
|6||I’M A CELEBRITY…GET ME OUT OF HERE! – OPENING NIGHT||Network 10||570,000|
|7||60 MINUTES||Nine Network||543,000|
|8||AUST FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2023 – POST-RACE||Network 10||514,000|
|9||DEATH IN PARADISE-EV||ABC TV||513,000|
|10||10 NEWS FIRST SUN||Network 10||510,000|
Daily 7-Day Ratings
Nine’s Married At First Sight was the top-performing show on 7-day catchup with the overnight audience lifting 50 per cent week-on-week to 1,862,000 for Sunday 26 March.
Meanwhile, Seven’s Australian Idol lifted 14 per cent over the 7 days since broadcast, lifting to 1,032,000.
Network 10’s Australian Survivor increased 36 per cent, with a total tv audience of 933,000.