As Aussies hole up in their homes amid the COVID-19 outbreak, it appears the show of choice Sunday night was Nine’s MAFS, with 1.115m tuning in, according to OzTAM metro numbers.
Off the back of that, Nine won the night in primary channel share with 26.9 per cent. In second place was Seven with 15 per cent, ABC came in with 12 per cent, 10 did 11.5 per cent and SBS did 5.1 per cent.
Meanwhile, news programmes viewership was up across the board last night, with ABC receiving the biggest jump in a week from 598,000 to 872,000 Sunday night.
In good news for Seven, MKR pulled itself up after last week’s Sunday night numbers, which saw the show hit its lowest audience number ever (395,000). Last night, 473,000 viewers tuned in.
Over at 10, Dancing with the Stars also rose from last Sunday’s number (352,000), last night pulling 502,000 viewers.
Here’s how the rest of the night ran.
News 1.09m, 60 Minutes did 816,000, Murder on the Internet did 404,000, Sunday afternoon NRL did 236,000 while Weekend Today did 228,000.
The Sunday Project did 426,000, 10 News First did 339,000 and The Graham Norton Show encore did 296,000.
News did 978,000, The Good Doctor did 381,000, and Weekend Sunrise did 273,000.
News did 872,000, Grand Designs did 587,000, Stateless did 390,000 and Insiders did 369,000.
All channels share
Nine dominated the night with 35.2 per cent, Seven follow with 22.2 per cent, ABC did 17.7 per cent, 10 did 17.2 per cent, and SBS did 7.7 per cent.
Demographic breakdown (all channels)
1. Nine – 40.0 per cent
2. Seven – 22.2 per cent
3. 10 – 18.7 per cent
1. Nine – 40.9 per cent
2. Seven – 22.4 per cent
3. 10 – 18.4 per cent
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