TV Ratings February 27: MAFS Dinner Party gets 1.27m

• Groups come together for elimination challenge on MKR

Wednesday: Week 9 2019

• Married At First Sight ends week how it started: A winner
• Queen rock fan wins Hard Quiz, 10 share under pressure

FTA TV news/current affairs

• Seven News 963,000/923,000
• Nine News 901,000/883,000
• A Current Affair 765,000
• ABC News 698,000
• 7.30 584,000
• The Project 228,000/383,000
• 10 News First 362,000
• SBS World News 123,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 265,000
• Today 192,000


Home And Away was in the mid 600,000s again last night after 605,000 Tuesday night and 642,000 on Monday.

Groups one and two came together for an elimination challenge on My Kitchen Rules. Leaving the show last night were group two’s Chris and Lesley with a less than perfect pasta. The last episode of the week did 740,000, which was the smallest audience of the week.

Undercurrent: Real Murder Investigation then did 450,000.


A Current Affair was over 765,000 for the second successive night after 883,000 on Monday. Belle Gibson was back in the news as ACA tracked her down flying into Australia.

It was dinner party time on Married With First Sight with the final episode of the week on 1.277m. The media continue to do a wonderful job promoting the series and amongst today’s hilarious headlines was “Drunk wife’s car-crash cheating spree”.

US medical drama New Amsterdam then did 436,000.


Tough night for The Project with more coverage of the Cardinal and Korea delivering a post-7pm audience of 383,000. At 6.30pm it was getting closer to 225,000.

Those numbers contributed to a mid-week primary share under 8%.

Two episodes of Bondi Rescue after 7.30pm were just over and just under 300,000.

Law & Order: SVU then did 195,000.


A Hard Quiz contestant who is a Queen (the rock band) fanatic won last night as the audience of 662,000 watched on.

Rosehaven then did 482,000 followed by Get Krackin’ on 227,000.


Secrets Of The Toy Shop: Inside Hanley’s grabbed the biggest audience with 212,000.

A little earlier Great British Railway Journeys did 181,000.

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