The final dinner party of Married at First Sight capped-off another successful outing for Nine, with an average of 1.140 million metro viewers watching the social experiment’s final dinner party on free-to-air television.
Last year, the MAFS final dinner party aired to 1.398 million metro viewers.
The episode helped Nine to another single-channel and network share win for Sunday night, with the program the overall winner of Sunday night’s TV viewing, and topped entertainment.
The program gave Nine a 38.9% network share win for Sunday night, streaking ahead of Seven’s 26.8%, Ten’s 15.6 and ABC’s 12.3%. MAFS also won the three key advertising demos.
Nine also managed to win the primary channel share for the week, with a 22.3% share ahead of Seven’s 21.4%, and the top multi-channel for the week was 7TWO on 3.8%.
It was Seven, however, that managed to snag the ratings week, which ended 2 April, with a share of 30.3% over Nine’s 30%, while the ABC finished the week on 15.9% and Ten on 15.4%.
Looking at Sunday’s ratings, and next in entertainment was Nine’s Underbelly: Vanishing Act – Part 1 which aired to an average metro audience of 719,000viewers.
Seven’s Dancing with the Stars: All Stars saw an average of 564,000 metro viewers tune in.
Ten’s Survivor Blood vs Water saw 464,000 metro viewers tune in, followed by ABC’s Grand Designs New Zealand, which had 350,000 metro viewers.
Meanwhile, as previously mentioned MAFS was the #1 metro program on Sunday followed by Seven News on Sunday with 1.028 million metro viewers, while Nine News on Sunday saw 952,000 metro viewers tune in.
The afternoon AFL football game aired to an average metro audience of 467,000, while the afternoon’s NRL match saw 267,000 metro viewers tune in.