Given the ratings disparity between the two all season it was only ever going to go one way. Even though ratings are taking a break…but let’s not start that argument right now.
Married At First Sight (1,106,000) lays waste to all competitors for Nine, while
60 Minutes (738,000) does a reasonably job landing its best this year to help the win. A repeat of Australian Crime Stories (222,000) completes a horror day for the network. Nine is first by nearly double its main rival in both primary (28%) & network (36.7%) shares.
The Project (274,000 6:30pm; 429,000 7pm) didn’t have much to offer for 10.
The season finale of The Amazing Race Australia (finale 618,000; winner 691,000) basically fizzes, though delivers its best figures this season. MOVIE: Second Act (172,000) was basically unable to draw an audience. 10 could barely manage third in both primary (12.5%) & network (19.2%) shares.
Grand Designs New Zealand (416,000) provides an alternative from the ABC however it wasn’t an overly competitive one. Harrow (398,000) and Silent Witness (271,000) draw reasonably consistent audiences. A repeat of Patrick Melrose (52,000) finishes Sunday for Aunty. ABC fourth in both primary (10.7%) & network (14.9%) shares.
Weekend Sunrise (323,000)
Weekend Today (did not air due to cyber-attack)
Weekend Breakfast (183,000 [105,000 ABC; 78,000 ABC News])
Insiders (466,000 [303,000 ABC; 163,000 ABC News])
Offsiders (267,000 [144,000 ABC; 123,000 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.