Sunday Ratings | MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT continues to dominate


Do the other networks have anything that can beat Nine’s reality relationship ratings juggernaut?

Married At First Sight (898,000) set a great base for Nine in primetime, with a solid chunk of the audience hanging around for 60 Minutes (664,000). Not so many were interested in a repeat of The Piketon Family Murders (173,000) though. Nine head and shoulders first in both primary (26.6%) & network (35.3%) shares.

The last gasps of Seven’s Q1 vanish as the first of two Holey Moley Australia (426,000) specials sink to its lowest ratings yet. A repeat of MOVIE: Venom (205,000) didn’t help, and neither did a late night edition of World’s Deadliest (51,000). Seven second by a large margin in both primary (15%) & network (21.4%) shares.

ABC’s Sunday night delivers them a consistent audience, starting with Grand Designs New Zealand (509,000) and building into great Aussie drama with Harrow (487,000). Silent Witness (310,000) and a repeat of Killing Eve (72,000) bring Aunty’s late evening to a reasonable close. ABC third in both primary (13.9%) & network (18.8%) shares.

Oh wow. The Project (257,000 6:30pm; 390,000 7pm) down significantly on past weeks, leaving The Amazing Race Australia (464,000) to try and build its own audience which it does not…but at least it wasn’t last in the 7pm/7:30pm timeslot, eh? A double repeat of FBI: Most Wanted (159,000; 103,000) was really only placeholder programming.
10 very fourth in both primary (10.7%) & network (17.6%) shares.


Weekend Sunrise (200,000)
Weekend Today (176,000)
Weekend Breakfast (164,000 [95,000 ABC; 69,000 ABC News])

Insiders (326,000 [274,000 ABC; 52,000 ABC News])
Offsiders (202,000 [144,000 ABC; 58,000 ABC News])

All ratings data listed is Five City Metro, overnights only.

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Note: Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Programs with the same name on one or more primary or multichannel, are aggregated into one network figure.

Steve Molk
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