Tuesday Ratings | MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT remains number one


Anybody? Does anybody have anything they can throw at MAFS that might give it a run for its money other than Meghan and Harry?

A Current Affair (703,000) and Married At First Sight (1,026,000) deliver big numbers again for Nine, with this the first Tuesday over one million and the third ep to do so this season. The wheels fall off somewhat after that with Botched (371,000) and a repeat of Amazing Grace (102,000) not really lighting any fires. Nine first in both primary (25.5%) & network (33.6%) shares.

Seven, still reeling from the dumping of Ultimate Tag Australia, continue their primetime pattern with Home and Away (537,000) as their best. A double ep of Surveillance Oz Dashcam (287,000; 259,000) was only ever going to be filling a hole, and the evening run of US dramas The Good Doctor (250,000) and The Resident (156,000) run out the night. Seven second in both primary (14.9%) & network (23.3%) shares.

7:30 (543,000) lands as the ABC’s best, and coupled with Foreign Correspondent (447,000) makes it second in the slot behind MAFS. Exposed: The Ghost Train Fire (376,000) criminally under-appreciated, however iview numbers will help. The Truth About Boosting Your Immune System (139,000) finishes the night. ABC third in both primary (13.2%) & network (17.7%) shares.

10 continue to wander all over the place. The Project (230,000 6:30pm; 400,000 7pm) still soft, and The Amazing Race Australia (480,000) average for this season. New and repeat episodes of NCIS (236,000; 191,000) were indeed broadcast. 10 fourth in both(!) primary (11.3%) & network (17.6%) shares.


Sunrise (239,000)
The Today Show (186,000)
ABC Breakfast (170,000 [104,000 ABC; 66,000 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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