Married At First Sight continues its ratings dominance leaving Channel Seven’s SAS Australia in its wake
Married At First Sight is continuing its ratings dominance.
The Channel Nine dating show scored 977,000 metro viewers on Monday night, easily trumping Channel Seven’s SAS Australia which managed to attract a paltry 362,000 eyeballs.
A Current Affair was also an impressive performer with 745.000 viewers.
Biggest thing on TV: Married At First Sight is continuing its ratings dominance leaving Channel Seven’s SAS Australia in its wake. Pictured, MAFS bride Samantha Moitzi
Meanwhile, over on Channel 10, Would I Lie To You? reached 316,000 viewers.
Home and Away was a bright point in Channel Seven’s schedule.
The popular drama attracted 512,000 viewers, making it the best performer for the network on the night.
Struggling: SAS Australia continues to shed viewers for Channel Seven. Pictured Darius Boyd
Married At First Sight was plunged into chaos on Sunday night’s episode when Daniel Holmes and Carolina Santos interrupted proceedings to announce they’d recoupled and wanted to continue in the experiment together.
‘We are genuine and real about this experiment and how we feel about each other. So yes, there’s a part of us that would like to continue to experiment together,’ Daniel told the trio of experts.
Carolina’s ‘husband’ Dion Giannarelli then left the room in protest, which prompted a group walk-out.
Surprise! MAFS was plunged into chaos on Sunday when Daniel and Carolina interrupted proceedings to announce they’d recoupled and wanted to continue the experiment together
It was the first time in MAFS history where the cast was horrified by a couple’s brazen display – and acted accordingly.
Later, experts John Aiken, Alessandra Rampolla and Mel Schilling unanimously rejected Daniel and Carolina’s request to rejoin the experiment.
Married At First Sight continues Tuesday at 7:30pm on Channel Nine
‘I’ve had enough for one night’: Carolina’s ‘husband’ Dion Giannarelli (pictured) left the room in protest, which prompted a group walk-out