Seven News 983,000
Nine News 920,000
ABC News 623,000
10 News First 287,000 (5:00 pm)/ 239,000 (6:00 pm)
SBS World News 196,000/173,000
Daily current affairs
The Project 274,000 (6:30 pm)/ 429,000 (7 pm)
News Breakfast 183,000
Late Night News
Nine News Late Edition 390,000
Despite the cyberattack that affected live TV broadcasts Nine was again #1 with a primary share of 28.0% and a network share of 36.7%, thanks to Married at First Sight which had over 1.106m tune in last night.
MAFS was #1 in all key demos after airing its commitment ceremony that saw Bryce cause a furore by writing leave and then crossing it out.
Afterwards, 60 Minutes had 738,000 as the show covered more of the royal infighting at Buckingham palace.
Earlier in the day, Nine’s NRL coverage had 225,000.
On Seven, the 7:30 pm slot was occupied by Shark Alarm: The Year of Swimming Dangerously which aired exclusive interviews with shark attack survivors, rescuers and marine experts. The episode had 286,000 viewers.
This was followed by the Matt Damon movie The Martian with 242,000.
Earlier in the day, the AFL had 334,000.
On 10, 618,000 watched the finale of The Amazing Race Australia. At the end of the show, 691,000 tuned in to see The Cowboys Brendon Crawley and Jackson Dening hit the mat to win The Amazing Race Australia and the $250,000 cash prize.
For their final challenge of the race, and with a little help from some eliminated teams, they had to match an obscure law with a state or territory in Australia. For each state or territory law they matched, they received a bag of puzzle pieces. When they had received all eight bags, they began the puzzle, which was matching the Indigenous mobs on the map of Australia.
Once their puzzles were complete, teams raced up Mount Kosciuszko to Beau Ryan who was waiting at the finish line. With The Gold Coast Girls hot on their heels, The Cowboys dug deep to climb the mountain first, and were named them winners of The Amazing Race Australia.
In close second was The Gold Coast Girls, Ashleigh and Amanda, who raced valiantly. In third place were The Super Sikhs, Jaskirat and Anurag.
This was followed by the film Second Act which had 172,000.
The Sunday Project had 274,000 (6:30 pm) and 429,000 (7:00 pm) tune in as the show covered the Queensland outbreak of Covid-19, Andrew Laming, and communities banding together over the floods.
On the public broadcaster, Grand Designs NZ had 416,000 which was followed by the drama Harrow with 398,000.
The top rating show on SBS last night was The Great Plague with 219,000.