Footy’s back for Seven | TV Tonight

AFL returned to Seven’s primetime last night making the network more competitive with Nine’s dominance.

There were 548,000 metro viewers watching the Melbourne v Western Bulldogs premiership rematch, underway from 7pm AEDT.

But Married at First Sight was still #1 at 930,000 as its nude photo scandal continued -and for the first time this year pipped 2m viewers in Total TV viewing for last week.

That was ahead of Hard Quiz (453,000), half past seven (403,000) and a double Ambulance Australia (272,000 / 212,000).

Later Under Investigation led with 396,000 then Mad as Hell (387,000) and The Front Bar (360,000 at 9:45pm).

Nine network 33.1% then Seven 29.6%, 10 15.0%, ABC 14.9% and SBS 7.4%.

Nine News was 816,000 / 800,000 for Nine. A Current Affair drew 633,000 then Hot Seat (378,000 / 245,000). Nine News Late was 229,000.

Seven News won at 920,000 / 794,000 for Seven. The Chase was 504,000 / 330,000.

The Project managed 317,000 / 245,000. 10 News First drew 300,000 / 234,000. Bull was 138,000.

ABC News pulled 571,000 for ABC. starstruck (149,000), The Drum (140,000) and QI (136,000) followed.

On SBS it was SBS World News (169,000 / 125,000), Michael Mosley’s Health Intervention (145,000), Life on the Outside (102,000), Mastermind (82,000) and The Responder (78,000).

The Coroner on 7TWO led multichannels at 137,000.

Sunrise: 225,000
Today: 202,000
News Breakfast: 97,000 / 72,000

In total TV numbers last Wednesday were:

Married at First Sight: 2.04m
Home & Away: 953,000
Mad as Hell: 796,000
Ambulance Australia: 430,000

OzTAM Overnights: Wednesday 16 March 2022

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