Sunday Ratings | MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT continues unbeaten on Sunday nights


Last Sunday before a two-week ratings break(!) and Nine remain streets ahead.

Married At First Sight (1,116,000) not only wins the night for Nine, it delivers its biggest audience yet this season. About half hung around for 60 Minutes (589,000), and though there was a big drop it was still the second highest non-News program of the night. A repeat of Australian Crime Stories (185,000) completed the night. Nine first in both primary (26.2%) & network (34.7%) shares.

7News Presents Ivan Milat: Buried Secrets (502,000) Seven’s best for the night after the News, and manages second for the timeslot even though first is more than double its ratings figure (meanwhile, over on 7flix, Ultimate Tag Australia (79,000) is still playing out). A repeat of MOVIE: The Equalizer 2 (281,000) rounded out Seven’s night. Seven second in both primary (19.8%) & network (26.3%) shares.

Grand Designs New Zealand (438,000) set an average night for the ABC, impacting Harrow (401,000) and Silent Witness (261,000). A repeat of Patrick Melrose (65,000) draws Aunty’s night to a close. ABC third in primary (11.1%) & fourth in network (15.2%) shares.

The Project (285,000 6:30pm; 435,000 7pm) continues to be in a weird place for 10 – not competitive though still delivering strong content. The Amazing Race Australia (493,000) third and tapering poorly as finals week begins. A new and repeat ep of FBI: Most Wanted (177,000; 88,000) finish the night. 10 fourth in primary (9.4%) & third in network (15.8%) shares.


Weekend Sunrise (256,000)
Weekend Today (239,000)
Weekend Breakfast (223,000 [114,000 ABC; 109,000 ABC News])

Insiders (447,000 [288,000 ABC; 159,000 ABC News])
Offsiders (259,000 [170,000 ABC; 89,000 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.

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