Sunday Ratings | Nothing comes close to MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT


Nine rule the ratings roost again as we head into the second last week of ratings before the Easter break.

A controversial commitment ceremony was always going to draw eyes, and it meant Married At First Sight (1,096,000) did fabulous business for Nine – the highest number its pulled this season. 60 Minutes (626,000) also benefitted, though a repeat of Under Investigation (282,000) only added a small number late at night. Nine first in both primary (27.1%) & network (35.8%) shares.

7News presents Ivan Milat: Buried Secrets (481,000)
drew a reasonable number of viewers–certainly up on Ultimate Tag Australia (59,000),
now consigned to 7flix–but nothing competitive. A repeat of MOVIE: Kingsman – The Golden Circle (169,000) completes Seven’s night. Seven second in both primary (17.1%) & network (23.3%) shares.

The ABC’s Sunday night continues to be consistent. Grand Designs New Zealand (438,000) and Harrow (436,000) draw a solid audience, closely competitive with two of its three commercial rivals. Silent Witness (287,000) and a repeat of Patrick Melrose (64,000) complete Aunty’s night. ABC third in both primary (12.5%) & network (16.8%) shares.

10’s Sunday started poorly with The Project (256,000 6:30pm; 367,000 7pm) though picked up as The Amazing Race Australia (462,000) came a close third in the slot. New and repeat episodes of FBI: Most Wanted (184,000; 95,000) offered little. 10 fourth in both primary (9.2%) & network (15.4%) shares.


Weekend Sunrise (238,000)
Weekend Today (185,000)
Weekend Breakfast (167,000 [94,000 ABC; 73,000 ABC News])

Insiders (457,000 [295,000 ABC; 162,000 ABC News])
Offsiders (253,000 [143,000 ABC; 110,000 ABC News])

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

Top 20 Overnight Metro

Top 20 Multi-Channel Shows

Overnight Network Share

Top 20 Foxtel Shows

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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.

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