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2017-03-06_0922

Married at First Sight, Vera win on Sunday.

Married at First Sight hit a series high last night at 1.17m viewers, enough to eclipse My Kitchen Rules (1.06m) once again.

In a night where Seven and Nine were locked in a wafer-thin battle, Nine’s show also topped the Demos.

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here was some distance behind at 685,000 rising to 712,000 for the elimination of Tegan Martin.

But the real news of the night was ABC’s Vera (828,000) topping both Sunday Night(733,000) and 60 Minutes (688,000). It follows a timeslot win by Midsomer Murders last Sunday. TEN’s Bull premiered in fourth place at 478,000, well up on 24: Legacy last week.

Nine led on primary channels but Seven’s multichannels helped them over the line, thanks largely toan Armageddon movie replay.

Seven network won with 29.8% then Nine 29.5%, ABC 17.3%, TEN 16.6% and SBS 6.7%.

My Kitchen Rules drew 1.06m viewers for Seven followed by Seven News (977,000), Sunday Night and (733,000). The Blacklist was just 260,000.

Married at First Sight was #1 with 1.17m viewers for Nine then Nine News (1.05m), 60 Minutes (688,000) and Lethal Weapon was 360,000.

Vera (828,000) was a top performer for ABC. ABC News (722,000) and Grand Designs(646,000) followed.

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here drew 685,000 rising to 712,000 for the elimination. Bullpremiered to 478,000, Bondi Rescue was 313,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 210,000 in 3 markets. 24: Legacy was just 102,000.

On SBS it was The Lost Tribes of Humanity (223,000), Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Grasand SBS World News (both 193,000).

7mate’s movie Armageddon topped multichannels with 209,000.

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