TV Report March 11, 2024: Feedback Week provides hard truths for the MAFS couples

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Two contestants were eliminated on Australian Idol.

TV Report March 11, 2024:

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Nine TV Report

Married at First Sight

Nine’s evening began with the shockwaves from the Commitment Ceremony on Married at First Sight. 

Cassandra and Tristan both woke up more confused than ever after Cassandra wrote leave and Tristan chose to stay. They are unsure where to go from here.

After Jack’s bad behaviours were reeled off by the Experts, Tori is also waking up unsure if she can continue to stand by Jack and has lost confidence in the relationship.

Meanwhile, Sara and Tim are still in a state of disrepair. Sara left Tim alone in the apartment for the morning, and he’s taken the opportunity to write down his thoughts to share. When Sara arrives, Tim delivers a raw and heartfelt explanation of his feelings, which very much lands with Sara.

The next phase of the experiment is Feedback Week as across several days, the couples will participate in a series of tasks designed to help them identify issues in their relationships that can be corrected before the experiment comes to an end.

The first Feedback Week task is the hard-hitting questions task. 

Lauren and Jono hit Tori and Jack with tough questions as Jack is unflappable, and despite Lauren’s best efforts to unsettle him, he doesn’t come unstuck. 

To her frustration, he answers her questions without flinching, and when questioned about having kids with Tori, he responds stating he’d like to have kids within two years. Lauren doesn’t believe his answer and hopes Tori isn’t buying it. But Tori – while initially taken aback – turns out to be delighted; he’s said the right thing, and after the drama of the weekend it’s exactly what she wanted to hear.

Jayden and Eden asked the hard-hitting questions to Sara and Tim, with the encounter being tense. While Sara does her best to answer Jayden’s questions, things intensify when Sara admits to deleting text messages she exchanged with her ex. Sara says she deleted the messages because she didn’t want to hurt Tim, but Tim is plunged back into doubt just as the pair were getting back on their feet.

Jayden continues to push Sara and Sara is left feeling attacked and alone. She storms out down the hall as the episode ends. 

Married at First Sight recorded a total TV national reach of 2,692,000, a total TV national audience of 1,575,000, and a BVOD audience of 353,000.

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, a rat-infested home sparked one of A Current Affair’s longest confrontations and a MND advocate is making the pilgrimage to Parliament on a 20-year-old lawn mower.

Seven TV Report

Australian Idol

Over on Seven, Australian Idol saw Drea Onamade and Kiani Smith say goodbye, as the Top 6 secured their place live.

Cross Australia, 3.3 million votes were placed, putting Dylan, Denvah, Drea and Kiani in the bottom four. 

The Australian Idol Top 6:

• Amy Reeves, 24, Broome, WA
• Denvah Baker-Moller, 23, Rockhampton, QLD
• Dylan Wright, 30, Bangalow, NSW
• Isaac Mccallum, 23, Ulladulla, NSW
• Ivana Ilic, 20, Mill Park, VIC
• Trent Richardson, 22, Emu Park, QLD

Australian Idol recorded a total TV national reach of 1,648,000, a total TV national audience of 856,000, and a BVOD audience of 60,000.

Home & Away

Before Australian Idol was Home & Away as Stevie found herself with a target on her head, Theo was forced to lie and Valerie refused to help herself.

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 looked into confusion over the Royal photo editing, talked about the Oscars winners and losers and welcomed Rhys Nicholson to the show.

Australian Survivor

On 10’s Australian Survivor, everyone is thinking about making big moves to boost their resume. As the tribe sharpen their knives, everyone sets their sights on the biggest player in the game.

At a Tribal Council full of talk about challenge beasts and players who are slipping through unnoticed, the tribe goes to vote and Rianna is sent home. A rattled Kirby is left without allies, knowing that all her alliances have crumbled. 

10’s airing of Australian Survivor recorded a total TV national reach of 991,000, a total TV national audience of 595,000, and a BVOD audience of 91,000.



On 7:30, the program investigated the town where people and their pets won’t drink the tap water and highlighted calls for new laws to improve the lives of pigs at piggeries. 

7:30 recorded a total TV national reach of 1,142,000, a total TV national audience of 671,000 and a BVOD audience of 19,000.


Finding Your Roots

Henry Louis Gates maps the family trees of pop star Cyndi Lauper and actors Jamie Chung and Danny Trejo, exploring records in Italy, Korea, and Mexico to uncover ancestors whose stories were lost when their families immigrated to America. 

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