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Murder Uncovered buries Murder Calls

As expected My Kitchen Rules has reclaimed its place as “Australia’s #1 Show” after topping the night with 1.11m viewers, ahead of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (805,000) and Planet Earth II (648,000). Nine’s Attenborough doco lost ground again, down from 734,000.

Not too many shows increased on their audience from last week but Seven’s Murder Uncoveredrose to 675,000, while Nine’s Murder Calls Australia slipped to 421,000 -it may have to yield the slot if it can’t compete in the same genre / timeslot -in fact Nine’s even has a 20 minute head start.

The Weekly with Charlie Pickering drew 522,000 led in 8:30 shows (discounting MKR‘s final half hour) while Home Delivery fell from 584,000 to 460,000.

Seven network easily won the night with 33.1% then Nine 25.3%, TEN 19.7%, ABC 15.3% and SBS 6.6%.

My Kitchen Rules was #1 for Seven with 1.11m viewers then Seven News (959,000 / 947,000), Home and Away (716,000), Murder Uncovered (675,000), The Chase (582,000 / 379,000) and Surveillance Oz (333,000).

Nine News (913,00 / 851,000) was best for Nine then A Current Affair (720,000), Planet Earth II(648,000), Hot Seat (443,000 / 278,000) and Murder Calls (421,000). Life Inside Jail was 229,000.

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (805,000) topped TEN’s night again. The Project drew 559,000 / 341,000, This is Us was 515,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 478,000 and Madam Secretary was just 224,000.

ABC News (727,000) led for ABC then The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (522,000), 7:30(492,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (460,000), Walliams and Friend (340,000) and Adam Hills: The Last Leg (261,000).

On SBS it was Tony Robinson Down Under (240,000), Vikings (199,000), The Truth About Racism (152,0000) and SBS World News (149,000).

ABC2’s Dinosaur Train rode to the top of multichannels with 196,000.

The Morning Show: 131,000 / 86,000
Today Extra: 126,000 / 88,000
Studio 10: 83,000 /

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