TV Ratings April 10, 2022: 10 nabs pole position with strong F1 audience


• Seven ends Nine’s Sunday winning streak

• Nine’s NRL coverage tops Sydney’s non-news rankings

Total TV Ratings, April 3

Married at First Sight’s (MAFS) penultimate episode had 2.238m viewers and was the #1 program in the total TV ratings after increasing by 40%. The episode featured the reunion dinner party that saw Brent confront Tamara over trying to get with Mitch, and Daniel and Carolina trying to get as much screen time as possible.

Underblly: Vanishing Act also performed well with the first half of the mini-series bringing in 1.461m viewers, up 46%.

The Dancing with the Stars: All Stars finale had 989,000 viewers, up 16% as Grant Denyer was declared the winner.

The penultimate episode of Australian Survivor had 819,000, up 36% as Dave went home after the votes were split between himself and Jordie following Mark playing his idol.

Overnight TV Ratings, April 10

Primetime News
Seven News 922,000
Nine News 815,000
ABC News 560,000
10 News First 276,000
SBS World News 179,000 (6:30pm) 136,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
Insiders 380,000
The Project 219,000 (6:30 pm)/322,000 (7pm)

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 244,000
Today 187,000
News Breakfast 184,000

Seven has ended Nine’s Sunday winning streak which extended back to the start of Married at First Sight (MAFS). The broadcaster won a tight battle with Nine after registering the #1 primary channel share (20.0%) and network share (28.4%).

Seven‘s afternoon AFL coverage had 186,000 viewers before the Seven News bulletin was the top program of the night with 922,000. Seven’s primetime lineup featured Border Security: Australia’s Front Line with 493,000 and Code 1: Minute by Minute with 310,000.

Nine‘s Sunday afternoon NRL coverage had 226,000 viewers tune in as the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, easily defeated the Wests Tigers, 30-4. The match had 140,000 tune in from Sydney, making it the top non-news program in the city yesterday.

60 Minutes then had 559,000 viewers as the show featured a report by Sarah Abo on the perils of online bullying following the suicide of Tilly Rosewarne. Janet Jackson then followed at 8:00pm, with the doco bringing in 310,000 viewers.

On 10, The Sunday Project had 219,000 (6:30pm) and 322,000 (7:00pm) as the show discussed the federal election finally being called. 

The highlight of the day for 10 was the Formula 1, with the Melbourne Grand Prix being the top non-news program of the day with 534,000 viewers. The F1 performed well with younger demographics after finishing #1 in 16-39, #2 in 18-49, and #3 in 25-54. Ferrari continued its hot start to the year with Charles Leclerc claiming the win.

On the ABC, Grand Designs New Zealand had 407,000 viewers before the penultimate episode of Troppo had 219,000.

The top non-news program on SBS was This is Joan Collins with 151,000 viewers.

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