TV Ratings September 13, 2023: My Kitchen Rules tops The Block as Claudean and Anthony get their just desserts

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Kristy and Brett continue with conspiracy theories on The Block

Frankie McNair wins Thank God You’re Here episode six
1.1 million tune into The Block in Total TV

Total TV Ratings, September 6

1,128,000 watched Nine’s The Block where the pressure was building for the Blockheads with only three days left until the Living and Dining Room reveal, up 45%.

923,000 viewed Seven’s My Kitchen Rules where it was time for identical twins Radha and Prabha to cook, up 26%.

824,000 tuned into 10’s 10’s Thank God You’re Here as Michelle BrasierMarty SheargoldRay O’Leary and Julia Morris stepped through the blue door up, 39%.

721,000 sat down for another instalment of ABC’s Hard Quiz, up 13%.

Overnight TV Ratings, September 13

Primetime News
Seven News 862,000 (6:00pm) / 846,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 761,000 (6:00pm) / 755,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 544,000
10 News First 217,000 (5:00pm)/ 154,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 127,000 (6:30pm)/ 108,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 664,000
7.30 397,000
The Project 184,000 6:30pm / 299,000 7pm

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 209,000
Today 192,000
News Breakfast 139,000

Seven won Wednesday night with a primary share of 23.6% and a network share of 32.6%. 7Two has won multi channels with a 3.1% share.

428,000 began their evening in Summer Bay with Seven’s Home and Away as questions were raised about whether Irene was headed to prison and if Marilyn could repair things with Roo. Then, 622,000 watched My Kitchen Rules where it was time for Claudean and Anthony to cook. Even though Claudean had A LOT to say about everyone else, she got her just desserts, placing second-last on the leaderboard. At the end of the episode, Coco and Pearls were eliminated from the competition while Radha and Prahba were sent straight through to the Semi-Finals before a twist was revealed. Three new teams, the Gatecrashers! 164,000 then stayed on for Unbelievable Moments Caught on Camera.

SEE ALSO: My Kitchen Rules 2023 Recap Episode 6: Claudean gets her just desserts and one team goes home

Nine’s A Current Affair (664,000) revealed two anonymous TV personalities accused of committing heinous crimes against children in Queensland. Then, 526,000 watched The BlockKristy and Brett continued with the conspiracy theory that Eliza and Liberty were a Channel 9 plant while Scotty Cam and Shelley Craft did their weekly walkaround. Given there is more drama than a MAFS dinner party, they were more interested in the Blockhead gossip than the homes. 190,000 then tuned in for Luxe Listings Sydney where D’Leanne’s client confronted her with unwelcome news during a family celebration and Gavin chased a lead on a unique Bondi listing.

SEE ALSO: The Block Recap Episode 24: Kristy and Brett join the tin-foil hat club

On 10, The Project (184,000 6:30pm / 299,000 7pm) welcomed Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason and Spandau Ballet’s Gary Kemp to the desk while also recapping this year’s MTV VMAs. 463,000 then tuned in to see Joel Creasey, Frankie McNair, Lloyd Langford, and Julia Zemiro step through the blue door. McNair was named the episode’s Bachelor of Bulls**t. Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers followed with 181,000 watching as the boys played one of their favourite games, You Laugh You Lose. Five Bedrooms was up next for 111,000 as Heather was in a funk, hitting peak mediocrity and just tolerating Ben

397,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 explore how the High Court has rejected an appeal by Qantas after the Federal Court found the airline had illegally sacked staff, plus, it’s the final sitting week of parliament before the Voice referendum and David Speers spoke to Nick Kaldas. 402,000 then watched Hard Quiz followed by another episode of Mother and Son. Arthur battled with his identity when Maggie took in a Ghanaian lodger at her house. 282,000 watched on. WTFAQ followed for 235,000 as the team looked at whether indoor plants really purify the air and the least edible food you can still eat. 

The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Michael Mosley Secrets of the Superagers with 118,000 tuning in to see Dr Michael Mosley look at advances at the frontier of medicine that are attempting to turn back the clock on ageing. Meanwhile, researchers at a biotech firm in California have developed a method of using plasma taken from blood to keep Parkinson’s disease at bay. 

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