It’s not often Nine’s Married at First Sight dips below the million mark but Tuesday night was one of those rare occasions as 987,000 viewers tuned in according to OzTAM metro numbers.
Meanwhile, 10’s Survivor enjoyed a ratings boost with 663,000 metro viewers tuning in, compared to last week’s 584,000. Locklan ‘Locky’ Gilbert was punted from the show last night and shortly after took to Instagram to reveal he won’t be off Australia’s screens for long after 10 cast him as its 2020 Bachelor.
Over at Seven, Home And Away was best in show for the night with 574,000 viewers, while ABC’s Foreign Correspondent did 422,000 and SBS’ Great Australian Railway Journeys pulled 339,000.
Here’s how the rest of the night ran.
News did 826,000, ACA did 766,000, Paramedics pulled 597,000 and Hot Seat did 436,000.
The Project did 450,000 and 10 News First did 335,000.
News did 958,000, The Chase did 521,000, MKR did 489,000 and The Good Doctor did 410,000.
Over at the ABC, news did 711,000 and 7.30 did 601,000.
All channels share
Nine came first with 29.6 per cent audience share, Seven followed on 25.0 per cent, 10 came in third with 19.8 per cent, ABC did 15.9 per cent and SBS did 9.6 per cent.
Primary channel share
Nine did 24.5 per cent, Seven did 17.3 per cent, 10 did 13.4 per cent, ABC came in with 10.7 per cent and SBS did 5.8 per cent.
Demographic breakdown (all channels)
- Nine -32.9 per cent
- 10 – 25.9 per cent
- Seven – 22.5 per cent
- Nine – 32.3 per cent
- 10 – 29.7 per cent
- Seven – 20.3 per cent
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