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2017-03-20_0948

Married at First Sight reaches season high

Nine won Sunday night after Married at First Sight hit a season high at 1.19m viewers, eclipsing My Kitchen Rules on 1.02m.

But the real news was The Biggest Loser: Transformed at just 305,000 viewers. TEN’s failed reality show is sending the schedule into a tailspin, with Bull also losing ground on last week, and the network waking up to a hideous Sunday share.

The other big news of the night was the win by ABC’s Vera again winning its slot with 851,000 viewers, topping Sunday Night (727,000) and 60 Minutes (673,000) -and proving yet again that viewers will turn up for a good drama in the traditional Sunday slot. Nine is suffering a big drop from MAFS to its flagship current affairs show.

Seven News won its slot with 1.06m viewers.

Nine network won the night with 31.2% then Seven 30.1%, ABC 19.5%, TEN 12.9% and SBS 6.2%.

Married at First Sight was #1 for Nine at 1.19m then Nine News (985,000), 60 Minutes (673,000) and Lethal Weapon (357,000).

Seven News was best for Seven at 1.06m viewers then My Kitchen Rules (1.02m) and Sunday Night (727,000). The Blacklist drew 284,000 / 185,000.

Vera (851,000) won its slot for ABC then ABC News (788,000) and Grand Designs (743,000). My Year 12 Life was just 119,000 and Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery was 95,000.

Bull (363,000) topped TEN’s night followed by TEN Eyewitness News (330,000), Bondi Rescue (326,000), The Biggest Loser: Transformed (305,000), Family Feud (259,000) and NCIS: New Orleans (223,000).

On SBS it was Building Chernobyl’s Mega Tomb (188,000), Rome: What Lies Beneath (186,000) and SBS World News (166,000).

Shaun the Sheep sure was best on multichannels with 190,000.

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