Tuesday TV Ratings: Cheating Scandal Fallout On MAFS

Tuesday TV Ratings: Cheating Scandal Fallout On MAFS

It was a heated night on MAFS, with a furious Jesse confronting Adam about his adulterous kiss with Jesse’s ‘wife’ Claire.

More than 872,000 metro viewers signed up to watch the fallout of the cheating scandal, following Claire’s Monday night disclosure that she had in fact kissed Adam on a drunken night out.

“I think you better come with me bro,” Jesse begins ominously to Adam. Despite attempts to have a civilised chat in Jesse’s flat, the confrontation eventually winds up in the hallway with Jesse calling Adam many names that needed to be beeped out.

Staying on entertainment, Seven’s Home And Away pulled in 488,000 metro views and Network 10’s Australian Survivor pulled in 467,000 views. Seven’s The Chase Australia had 466,000 views.

Turning to news, Seven News reached a peak audience of 886,000 views, Nine News reached 752,000 and Nine’s A Current Affair hit the devil’s number of 666,000.

Nine won the night with a 33.7 percent channel share, followed by Seven with 26.6 percent, Network 10 with 17.4 percent of views, the ABC with 15 percent and SBS with 7.3 percent.

                                                       Daily Channel Share

Nine NetworkSeven NetworkNetwork 10ABC TV NetworkSBS Network
33.7%26.6%17.4%15.0%7.3%

 

                                               Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)

No.

Show 

Channel 

Metro Views 

1SEVEN NEWSSeven Network886,000
2MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT -TUENine Network872,000
3SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Seven Network838,000
4NINE NEWS 6:30Nine Network752,000
5NINE NEWSNine Network734,000
6A CURRENT AFFAIRNine Network666,000
7ABC NEWS-EVABC TV537,000
8HOME AND AWAYSeven Network488,000
9AUSTRALIAN SURVIVOR TUESNetwork 10467,000
10THE CHASE AUSTRALIASeven Network466,000

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