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Married at First Sight Australia Returns to Three

Married at First Sight Australia Returns to Three,
the AM Show Continues Its Ratings Success

Season five of Kiwi favourite Married At First Sight Australia had a strong start on Three, achieving an average rating of 5.5 and share of 21.4% in the commercially important 25-54 demographic for its first week on-air. Monday night’s season premiere won its time slot with a 5.6 rating and 23.3% audience share among 25-54s, while Tuesday’s episode also won with a 5.6 rating and 23% share in the same demographic.

The AM Show continues to win in the 25-54 demographic, making it the most-watched morning news programme for people aged 25-54 for 2018. After taking a break for Waitangi Day, The AM Show went on to win Wednesday (2.2 rating and 35.7% share) and Thursday mornings (2.0 rating with a 31% share), both in the 25-54 demographic.

Three’s Thursday Action Movie series continues to be popular with its audience. This Means War, starring Reese Witherspoon and Tom Hardy, won its time slot with a 2.4 rating and 14.9% share in the 25-54 demographic.

Three is still the place to be on Friday nights, achieving an average rating of 3.9 and share of 19.2% over the evening, with The Graham Norton Show, 7 Days* and Subject: Dad* all winning their time slots for Kiwis aged 25-54.

Last Wednesday, The Edge’s Dom, Meg and Randell kicked off The Edge’s Million Dollar Meow! For their chance to win, listeners need to tune into The Edge from 8am every day to hear a sentence that’s missing one word. If a lucky listener guesses the word, they'll instantly win $1000 and be in the draw for the chance to win $1,000,000. More information at theedge.co.nz

This Wednesday More FM will host New Zealand’s first ever wedding - at The Warehouse! The lucky couple have been found, now it’s up to More FM’s Lana & Jase and The Warehouse to plan the wedding of the year by Valentine’s Day - all in the name of love.

-ENDS-
*Funded by NZOA



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