TV week 11: Nine makes it nine consecutive weeks at #1

• Four episodes of MAFS again the hottest shows of the week

Nine took the points again this week with the #1 primary channel and the #1 combined channel share. It was also able to boast the #1 multichannel too with GO! on 3.7%.

The arrival of the NRL on Thursday and Friday nights helped extend Nine’s winning streak to six consecutive nights this week with Nine only failing to win Saturday.

Nine had its second-best week of the year and its best survey week with a primary share of 24.0%. The only other better result was the second week of the Australian Open when Nine ended with a primary share of 27.1%.

The week 11 result extended Nine’s winning streak to nine weeks.

Nine’s best was, of course, Married At First Sight, with all four episodes again way ahead of all other programs. The Wednesday dinner party episode performed best with 1.404m. Nine News was next, then followed by Travel Guides and A Current Affair.

60 Minutes made the top 20 for the week, but its audience was down to 704,000 from 815,000 a week prior.

Seven was able to take first place on Saturday, but it should be more competitive in week 12 with AFL on Thursday, Friday and Saturday in primetime.

Seven’s primary share of 19.3% was its equal lowest of the past nine weeks.

Seven’s best was Seven News and then its four episodes of My Kitchen Rules. The Monday episode performed best with 761,000.

Home And Away was next best, but its weekly average was under 600,000.

ABC’s primary share of 12.5% was down week-on-week, but share hasn’t wavered much in the past six weeks.

The channel’s best was Saturday night’s Death In Paradise with 717,000. Then followed ABC News, Hard Quiz, Four Corners and Vera.

10’s primary channel had is lowest survey share this year with only week 10 so far this year seeing the channel reach double figures.

Gogglebox was again 10’s most-watched program with 649,000 followed by Dancing With The Stars on 526,000.

At SBS, Australia In Colour performed strongest for a second successive week with close to 350,000. That was followed by Secrets Of The Tudors, Michael Portillo’s Abandoned Britain, Insight, London’s Super Tunnel and then the returning Dateline.

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