TV Ratings March 6: MAFS ends its week over 1.3m

• Hard Quiz rumbles reality with 700,000 crowd

Wednesday: Week 10 2019

• MAFS ends its week over 1.3m with a dinner party pash
• Byron Bay couple bow out of MKR after medical advice
• Tom Gleeson’s Hard Quiz rumbles reality with 700,000 crowd

• Seven News 948,000/956,000
• Nine News 868,000/871,000
• A Current Affair 806,000
• ABC News 670,000
• 7.30 612,000
• The Project 201,000/369,000
• 10 News First 375,000
• SBS World News 124,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 293,000
• Today 192,000

Seven

After 7pm Home And Away jumped a little higher last night to 634,000.

My Kitchen Rules had another night close to 750,000 as Stacey & Ash were forced to withdraw from the competition on doctor’s orders, with Ash suffering from an infected eye socket. Andy & Ruby showcased farm fresh lamb, winning Farmers’ Choice and Pete’s praise for their quinoa. Guest chef last night was Curtis Stone.

The final episode of Undercurrent: Real Murder Investigation then did 444,000.

Nine

Dan and Jessika shared a “magical” kiss on another dinner party episode of Married At First Sight, which will be firing watercooler chat around the nation today. The series has wrapped another ratings dominating week with a Wednesday audience over 1.3m.

New Amsterdam then followed with 443,000.

10

Another tough night for the channel with a 6-7pm audience close to 200,000,

The Project did 369,000 after 7pm with Peking Duk and Russell Howard on the show.

Bondi Recue then managed to keep the audience above 300,000 until 8pm with a repeat episode then on 247,000.

Law & Order: SVU was then on duty after 8.30pm with 182,000.

ABC

Hard Quiz continues to be a midweek champion with just under 700,000 last night. The quiz show proved more popular in Sydney than MKR and it only trailed it narrowly in Melbourne.

Rosehaven had an audience of 470,000 and Get Krackin’ did 220,000.

SBS

Gourmet Farmer followed the SBS World News into primetime with 130,000 watching a repeat of life on the Tasmanian farm.

A repeat of Great British Railway Journeys then lifted the audience to 208,000.

The first of the four-part Australia In Colour saw the channel’s biggest crowd with 337,000.

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