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Married at First Sight Australia Smashes Ratings

MEDIAWORKS WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS RELEASE

25TH FEBRUARY 2019

MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT AUSTRALIA SMASHES RATINGS, THREE’S NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS SHOWS CONTINUE TO DELIVER

Married at First Sight Australia continues to smash ratings, winning on Monday (37.9% audience share, 186,900 viewers), Tuesday (33.7% share, 157,500 viewers), Wednesday (31.1% share, 161,700 viewers) and Sunday (29.2% share, 142,700 viewers) evenings in the commercially important 25-54 demographic. The explosive social experiment remains the number one show on ThreeNow, with on demand viewing up 22% and live streaming up 47% year-on-year.

Our flagship news and current affairs shows continue to enjoy consistent wins, kicking off with The AM Show which won the week for the third time this year with timeslot wins on Monday (34.1% share, 31,900 viewers), Tuesday (27% share, 26,000 viewers), Wednesday (32% share, 34,000 viewers) and Thursday (30.8% share, 30,800 viewers). Newshub Live at 6pm won on Tuesday (27.8% share, 94,000 viewers) and tied on Wednesday (24.7% share, 98,900 viewers), while The Project won the current affairs audience on Tuesday (20.4% share, 85,600 viewers) and recorded its’ highest ever week with a 16.7% average share.

These wins led Three to take out the week, averaging a share of 23.5% with wins on Monday (30.7% share), Tuesday (28.3% share), Wednesday (26.6% share) and Sunday (25.3% share) amongst 25-54s.

Viewers in the coveted 25-54 demographic are also coming to Three for their movie fix, with timeslot wins from Thursday night’s action movie Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (17.8% share, 79,600 viewers), Saturday night’s Mercury Rising (15.3% share, 41,000 viewers) and last night’s blockbuster Gone Girl (17% share, 66,600 viewers).

Other wins for the week included:
Monday - The Rookie (25.9% share, 94,500 viewers),
Tuesday - NCIS (20.5% share, 82,100 viewers).

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