TV Ratings March 19: MAFS Lead Tuesday Killer Kombo

• Nine ticks off 10th consecutive Tuesday victory in demos, all people

Tuesday: Week 12 2019

• Nine’s Tuesday killer kombo: ACA, MAFS and Travel Guides

• Seven News 919,000/900,000
• Nine News 880,000/892,000
• A Current Affair 775,000
• ABC News 683,000
• 7.30 564,000
• The Project 223,000/449,000
• 10 News First 339,000
• SBS World News 120,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 265,000
• Today 202,000


Home And Away recorded a Tuesday audience of 556,000 after on 658,000 on Monday.

My Kitchen Rules was on 746,000 after 714,000 on Monday and 728,000 on Tuesday a week ago.

The brilliant crime drama miniseries Manhunt starring Martin Clunes was on at 9pm with 593,000.


A Current Affair continued to cover the Roxlyn Bowie disappearance with Simon Bouda on a new development. It then covered “Tight Fight” – a legal stouch between Lorna Jane and a physio over a design. After 891,000 on Monday the Tuesday episode did 775,000.

Married At First Sight was on 1.306m, up on Tuesday last week where it did 1.245m.

Travel Guides had another good week with 768,000, after a season high 786,000 a week ago.


The Project delivered the biggest audience after 7pm with 449,000. Hamish McDonald talked about his experience in New Zealand and what it felt like returning to Australia where there is division about reaction and coverage of the Christchurch murders.

Ambulance Australia then did 405,000 after 394,000 a week ago.

NCIS was then on 278,000.


Not a terribly cheery night after 8pm with depressing tale called Opioid America on Foreign Correspondent, which did 457,000.

Part two of The Cult Of The Family was on 445,000 after launching on 515,000.

And a troubling Louis Theroux doco Dark States: Murder In Milwaukee then did 207,000.


Michael Portillo was back on the continent last night with Great Continental Railway Journeys on 201,000.

Insight looked at loneliness with 196,000.

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