• Married at First Sight has rare dip under one million
• Elimination decider on MKR: The Rivals gets 489,000
• Australian Survivor: All-Stars merge as Bachelor Locky goes home
Married at First Sight has continued its dominance pushing Nine to a 24.5% primary share win and a 29.6% network share victory. Although for only the second time this year the program fell below one million metro viewers with 987,000 viewers tuning in for the honeymoons of the new newlyweds, Steve overcoming his fears and canoeing with Mishel, and Stacie and Michael beginning to patch things up with a kiss. The next best non-news program for Nine was Paramedics which had 597,000 viewers.
On Seven there was an elimination decider on MKR: The Rivals which failed to crack the 500k barrier with 489,000 viewers as season nine villains Roula and Rachael from team Manu were sent home. This was an increase on last Tuesdays 473,000.
For the second time this week, Seven aired an episode of the US hit The Good Doctor which had 410,000 viewers following MKR which is up from the 331,000 that it had in its Sunday timeslot earlier this week.
Seven finished second for the night in both primary (17.3%) and network (25.0%) shares.
Australian Survivor: All Stars has delivered its biggest audience of the year for 10 with 663,000 viewers watching the anticipated tribal merge and fan favourite David Genat ‘taking a chain saw to the game’ as the future star of Bachelor Australia Locky Gilbert was sent home in a blindside befitting of All Stars.
ABC had a big name draw last night with 7:30 featuring Leigh Sales confrontation with Prime Minister Scott Morrison which garnered 601,000 viewers to the public broadcaster.
Over at SBS the networks top show was Great Aust Railway Journeys which Michael Portillo traveling south of Cairns to Innisfail and Townsville along with 339,000 viewers.