Entertainment MAFS records HUGE ratings success on premiere of season eight
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Married At First Sight was a ratings success for Channel Nine on Monday.
The season eight premiere was the most-watched program of the night with a peak national audience of 1.486 million.
The average national viewership was 1.255 million, with 964,000 people from the five major cities tuning in and 291,000 from regional Australia.
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Nine's programming director Hamish Turner toldon Tuesday: 'We are thrilled to see Australia once again fall in love with Married At First Sight.'
The order of merit: Gold Coast Suns 2021 season
Who are the Suns players that should play to their optimum level in season 2021? To be eligible for selection, a player must have played at least five games in season 2020, so there can be a reference point as far as those players who apply their talent the best at AFL level. It appears as if all the Suns’ key players have a clean bill of health. It was tough to leave out players like David Swallow, Sam Day and Izak Rankine, but the reality is good players are going to miss out, because there are only ten players to choose from (plus an honourable mention).
He said the Australian Open followed by the launch of MAFS had given Nine some of its best ratings among people aged 16 to 39 in more than a decade.
'We expect the audience will again build across both linear TV and 9Now as Australia follows the journey of the experiment's participants,' Mr Turner added.
Married At First Sight went head to head with the finale of Holey Moley on Seven.
MAFS star Tracey Jewel weds high school sweetheart Nathan Constable
Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel has tied the knot in a surprise wedding to her doting fiancé, Nathan Constable. On Saturday, the glowing 37-year-old married her high school sweetheart in a quaint Perth ceremony.Tracey, who is 35-weeks pregnant, looked radiant in a custom-made gown by Ashley Graham x Pronovias, who went 'above and beyond' with intricate embellishments which draped down her figure perfectly.
While Holey Moley had fared well in the ratings during its run - and had even outperformed the MAFS Grand Reunion last month, it fell flat against the season eight premiere.
Married At First Sight had a five-city metro audience of 964,000 on Monday, while Holey Moley only had 481,000.
Channel 10's The Amazing Race, hosted by Beau Ryan, was watched by 508,000 people in the five major cities.
The last three season premieres of Married At First Sight have topped the ratings with more than one million viewers.
Monday's launch saw the hen's and buck's nights take place, followed by the weddings of Beck Zemek and Jake Edwards, and Melissa Rawson and Bryce Ruthven.
Manchester City serene against sorry Spurs as roles are reversed at the Etihad
Tottenham led the league when they defeated Manchester City in November, but Pep Guardiola's sublime side now have complete control.When Manchester City visited Tottenham on November 21 and lost 2-0, they fell to 11th in the Premier League, already eight points behind their opponents after eight matches.
Married At First Sight continues Tuesday from 7:30pm on Channel Nine
Married At First Sight premiere ratings (national)
Season 1, May 2015 - 1.195 million
Season 2, April 2016 - 999,000
Season 3, August 2016 - 970,000
Season 4, January 2017 - 1.186 million
Season 5, January 2018 - 1.328 million
Season 6, January 2019 - 1.432 million
Season 7, February 2020 - 1.215 million
Season 8, February 2021 - 1.255 million
AFL stock market: Pre-season edition .
There are always reports during the pre-season in the AFL about a certain player who is ready for a breakout or playing a revamped role. Everyone wants to nail predictions about a player and to make it easy, I will be playing the AFL stock market. For each of the 18 AFL sides, I will be buying, holding and selling stocks, attempting to predict the future. Adelaide Buy: Wayne Milera This guy has always promised the world, but injuries have slowed him down. He has the ball skills, power, endurance and class to be a very handy AFL player, but we haven’t seen it. With a midfield role this year, it’s Wayne’s world.