The finale for Married at First Sight has given Nine their biggest audience of the 2017 ratings year.
1.39m viewers eclipsed 1.38m viewers the night before, beating out MKR‘s 1.21m viewers.
TEN’s Modern Family double was in fourth place behind Australian Story and 7:30.
ABC titles improved as Four Corners led in 8:30 titles (save for earlier shows that trailed over) with 708,000 viewers, ahead of a House Husbands double and movies elsewhere.
Seven News and A Current Affair both won their timeslots.
New entry The Chef’s’ Line has been merged as simulcast figures from SBS and SBS Food Network into one figure.
Meanwhile round #1 of the battle between breakfast shows -Hawaii vs Bowral- has gone to Bowral.
Nine led in primary share but multichannels pushed Seven network across the line with 30.9% then Nine 29.9%, ABC 18.6%, TEN 14.8% and SBS 5.9%.
My Kitchen Rules (1.21m) led for Seven then Seven News (1.18m / 1.15m), Home and Away(820,000), The Chase (633,000 / 410,000) and Movie: Fast & Furious (345,000).
Married at First Sight (1.39m) was #1 for Nine then Nine News (1.08m / 1.07m), A Current Affair(939,000), House Husbands (637,000 / 435,000) and Hot Seat (535,000 / 303,000). Footy Classified drew 105,000 / 55,000.
ABC News (803,000), Australian Story (716,000), Media Watch (712,000), Four Corners(708,000), 7:30 (676,000) and Q & A (484,000) comprised ABC’s night.
The Project (573,000 / 399,000) led for TEN, then TEN Eyewitness News (529,000), Family Feud(360,000), Modern Family (343,000 / 305,000) and Movie: Spy (336,000).
On SBS it was Michael Mosley: Trust Me I’m a Doctor (229,000), Simon Reeve’s Turkey(228,000), SBS World News (169,000) and SAS: Who Dares Wins (77,000).
Peppa Pig pounced on multichannels at 216,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 115,000 / 52,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 3 April 2017