TV Ratings March 14: MAFS commitment ceremony cracks 1m as three couples depart


• Over 450k tune in as Seven swaps out Ultimate tag for Ivan Milat

• Amazing Race comes down to seconds as Footy Mates sent home in Tassie

Primetime News
Nine News 946,000
Seven News 904,000
ABC News 685,000
10 News First 242,000 (5:00 pm)/ 211,000 (6:00 pm)
SBS World News 180,000/139,000

Daily current affairs
Insiders 457,000
The Project 256,000 (6:30 pm)/ 367,000 (7 pm)

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 238,000
Today 185,000
News Breakfast 124,000


Nine won Sunday night by over 10 points last night as Married at First Sight held its second commitment ceremony. The broadcaster had a primary share of 27.1% and a network share of 35.8%.

1.09m tuned in as three couples went home, but one couple left together just not with the bride and groom that they started with!

Nine news overtook Seven last night thanks to a strong lead-in from the NRL which had 266,000 across Nine and 9Gem. The game also had 167,000 on Fox League.


Seven moved Ultimate Tag to 7Flix last night and aired Seven News Presents: Ivan Milat Buried Secrets in the 7:30 pm slot. Ultimate Tag had 59,000 as the first part of Ivan Milat Buried Secrets brought in 481,000. 

This was followed by the film Kingsman: The Golden Circle with 169,000.


In Tasmania, The Amazing Race Australia revealed its top five teams after the 18th leg of the race as the show sent home the original stowaways, The Footy Mates. 462,000 tuned in as the pair was eliminated by only a few seconds after they were the last to arrive at the Pit Stop in Launceston. The final five will now head to the Hunter Valley as the race gets to its final legs.

The Sunday Project had 256,000 and 367,000 tune in as the show covered the hotel quarantine worker who contracted Covid after receiving a vaccine, the WA election, and Warren Meyer mystery.


The ABC aired Grand Designs New Zeland last night with 438,000 tuning in. This was followed by Harrow which had 436,000 the drama filmed in Brisbane was up on the 382,00 that it had last Sunday night.


The top show on SBS was a repeat of Micheal Palin in North Korea with 243,000.

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