Wednesday TV Ratings: MAFS Wins As Contestants Morph Into One

Wednesday TV Ratings: MAFS Wins As Contestants Morph Into One

In a scene reminiscent of Stephen King’s The Shining, contestants Duncan and Layton were dressed in an eerily similar fashion at last night’s dinner party on Nine’s Married At First Sight.

B&T is still investigating whether this was a coincidence, or whether the paranormal is to blame. 

Viewers were understandably spooked by the spectacle, but not spooked enough to stop watching. Nine’s MAFs once again topped the leaderboard with 855,000 Aussies signing up to watch.

This helped propel Nine to an overall daily share of 34.9 per cent, followed by Seven 25.6 per cent, the ABC with 17.6 per cent, Network 10 with 13.7 per cent and SBS with 8.1 per cent.

Joining MAFS in the top ten for entertainment was the ABC’s Hard Quiz with 513,000 views, Seven’s The Chase with 453,000 views and Seven’s Home And Away with at 452,000.

 

                                                       Daily Channel Share

Nine NetworkSeven NetworkNetwork 10ABC TV NetworkSBS Network
34.9%25.6%13.7%17.6%8.1%

 

                                               Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)

No.

Show 

Channel 

Metro Views 

1MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT -WEDNine Network855,000
2SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Seven Network813,000
3SEVEN NEWSSeven Network813,000
4NINE NEWS 6:30Nine Network701,000
5NINE NEWSNine Network683,000
6A CURRENT AFFAIRNine Network615,000
7ABC NEWS-EVABC TV552,000
8HARD QUIZ S8-EVABC TV513,000
9THE CHASE AUSTRALIASeven Network453,000
10HOME AND AWAYSeven Network452,000

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