TV Ratings February 19: Married at First Sight dinner party drama gets 1m+

• Best of the rest: Shaun Micallef and Johnny’s Survivor exit

• Nine’s winning mix: MAFS dinner party to Robyn Nevin

Dinner party time on Married At First Sight kept the audience enthralled and the numbers over 1m. There was quite a bit of chat about handprints on an ass amongst other things. Nine’s primary share was over 24% and its network share close to 31%.
Also working well for Nine was A Current Affair on 681,000.
Doctor Doctor followed MAFS with 540,000 and a special appearance from guest star Robyn Nevin.

Seven trailed the leader by a considerable margin.
Home and Away again was best after the News but the audience was just over 5000,000.
The numbers then dropped to just over 400,000 for My Kitchen Rules: The Rivals on 416,000.

Johnny’s truth bombs at tribal council couldn’t save him on Australian Survivor All Stars where 10 was again competitive in the demos with an all people metro audience of 584,000.

Earlier in the night The Project featured Ryan Fitzgerald at the desk and included a cross to the MasterChef launch as the hosts talked to Poh and Hayden about returning to the kitchen. The show did 445,000 after 7pm.

Mad As Hell was again close to 600,000 with Shaun Micallef holding the biggest audience on ABC after the News. Hard Quiz was not far behind on 588,000.

Two shows averaged 228,000 for SBS – Tony Robinson’s Hidden Britain By Drone at 7.30pm and then the new drama Dublin Murders at 8.30pm.

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