Seven’s Sunday line-up of My Kitchen Rules and the second part of the telemovie Molly put in another dominant performance in last night’s TV ratings as Nine’s Australia’s Got Talent suffered a big drop to 688,000 metro viewers.
For Seven, My Kitchen Rules lifted to 1,676,000 up from 1,409,000 the previous week but Molly shed 262,000 viewers for Part 2 to finish with 1,526,000. This saw the network finish with 38.4% of the audience well clear of Nine (21.7%), ABC (17.2%), Ten (15.6%) and SBS (7.1%).
On Nine, Australia’s Got Talent was down almost 200,000 from the previous week while Ten’s_ I’m a Celebrity_ improved with the elimination part of the program up to 709,000 and the rest of the episode also lifting to 634,000.
Seven News was also a winner for Seven with 1,009,000 with the afternoon’s The Chase on 451,000 and 284,000. Later, an encore of Wanted drew 427,000 viewers in a late night slot.
Nine News was best for its network with 950,000 with 60 Minutes later steady but with a disappointing 637,000 while the movie Salt had 255,000.
For ABC, Doc Martin (1,030,000) was the number three show and together with Vera (713,000) was up slightly from last week. ABC News did well with 857,000 with the morning’s Insiders (316,000) and Lateline (312,000) making the top twenty.
Over on Ten, Modern Family lifted this week to 584,000 but The X-Files that followed slipped to 529,000 and Limitless had 201,000. Earlier, Ten Eyewitness News had 397,000 and Family Feud 460,000.
SBS’s night saw Great Wall of China: The Hidden Story (237,000), Planes That Changed the World (233,000) and the movie Monty Python’s Life of Brian (199,000) return the best results.
In breakfast TV, Weekend Today had 277,000 and Weekend Sunrise 258,000. Early Weekend Today had 193,000 and Early Weekend Sunrise 154,000. The premiere of The Conversation with Alex Malley managed 181,000 on Nine.
See Sunday 14 February 2016 for a more detailed look at the ratings numbers in the Media Spy forums.
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