MAFS saw a slight dip to 773,000 viewers while Gogglebox saw a slight increase in viewers from last week’s premiere.
No programs cracked the 900,000 viewers mark, though Seven News performed best with 858,000, followed by Nine News with 828,000.
While Nine’s Married At First Sight’s viewership dipped from Wednesday night it still performed well, beating ABC News by more than 100,000 viewers. The ABC’s news coverage managed to snag 634,000 viewers.
The rest of Nine’s night saw A Current Affair clinch 619,000 viewers, while game show Hot Seat had 386,000 and the Queen-Latifah-fronted drama program The Equalizer had 280,000.
7.30 secured 539,000 viewers for the ABC, while Back Roads had 439,000. Q+A’s ‘Spotlight on Aged Care’ episode had 289,000 viewers and comedy Sammy J had 272,000.
For Seven, Home and Away had 446,000 viewers and The Chase had 431,000.
Finally, Network 10 had a slew of programs, including Gogglebox, which had its premiere last week. This week’s numbers saw a bump to 517,000 viewers. The Project had 378,000 viewers, just beating 10 News First with 324,000 viewers.
10 also rounded out the top twenty most-watched shows with Territory Cops at 270,000 viewers and Bondi Rescue 259,000.
The Nine network won the night with 30 per cent of the total daily share, followed by the Seven network with twenty-four per cent. Network 10 scrambled into third place with nineteen per cent, edging over the ABC network which had seventeen per cent. The SBS rounded out the night with eight per cent.
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