Tuesday TV Ratings: A Win For Seven Despite MKR Launching With More Of A Sizzle Than A Bang

Tuesday TV Ratings: A Win For Seven Despite MKR Launching With More Of A Sizzle Than A Bang

It was a narrow win for Seven last night with the network taking a share of 29.5% compared to Nine’s 29.2%.

Despite the win, Seven’s cooking amateur show My Kitchen Rules, which launched on Monday, seemed to get off to a slow start.

A total of 444,000 metro viewers watched the show last night, putting it behind Nine’s The Block with 597,000 metro views and Seven’s own quiz show The Chase with 533,000 metro views.

On Monday the show’s launch fell a little flat, pulling in 470,000 metro views.

This year’s season of the show is already promising signs of drama. On Monday there was a ‘flirting scandal’ after two of the show’s younger female contestants compared one of the married men on the show to George Clooney. His wife was less than thrilled by the compliment, shooting back “Stop flirting”. 

Meanwhile, ABC’s Kitchen Cabinet pulled in 380,000 metro views. Nine’s Hot Seat had 341,000 metro views. Network 10’s The Cheap Seats had 340,000 metro views.

 

                                                       Daily Channel Share

Nine NetworkSeven NetworkNetwork 10ABC TV NetworkSBS Network
29.2%29.5%16.4%15.7%9.2%

 

                                               Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)

No.

Show 

Channel 

Metro Views 

1SEVEN NEWSSeven Network865,000
2SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Seven Network840,000
3NINE NEWS 6:30Nine Network817,000
4NINE NEWSNine Network789,000
5A CURRENT AFFAIRNine Network698,000
6THE BLOCK -TUENine Network597,000
7ABC NEWS-EVABC TV571,000
8THE CHASE AUSTRALIASeven Network533,000
97.30-EVABC TV455,000
10MY KITCHEN RULES – TUESeven Network444,000

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