The men’s final of the Australian Open should have been played last night with tennis delayed until next week, Nine had to find a replacement Nine and Endemol Shine Australia created a reunion episode of Married at First Sight that did well was rated and led Nine to a win in the Sunday ratings The MAFS Special has 866000 reached and a lot of help received from Nine News and New News: Late Edition The return of 60 minutes was a good performance for Nine too. The current affairs show was called “The Devil Wears Dior” Reporter Tom Steinfort was on duty in Sydney’s eastern suburbs investigating Melissa Caddick Steinfort’s disappearance, aided by NSW police and former detective Gary Jubelin, who sauntered through The Gap with the reporter saying he ruled out suicide and murder and worked on the theory that she was on the run 60 minutes on 701000

Nine’s main share of 245% and the network share of 326% were the highest of all networks this year

10 was competitive with the grand finale of I’m a Celebrity Get me out of here! 896000 viewers for the announcement of Abbie Chatfield as the winner and 784000 for the start of the live finals from Sydney In 2020, the winners announced were 887000 and the final at 810000 10 noted this morning that the 2021 Final has delivered the highest commercial stocks of all time and the biggest Final Night stocks of all time for the format, and the episode was also the most streamed celebrity episode of all time

Chief Content Officer and Executive Vice President of ViacomCBS Australia and New Zealand Beverley McGarvey said, “The unbridled success of I’m a Celebrity Get me out of here! “Affirmed that the summer-watching landscape has changed forever

“Its dominance on all platforms, in its time window with the total number of people under 50 and in all major demographic areas has proven to be unrivaled night after night with the highest commercial shares of all time and the largest total audience since 2017 established as the premier summer entertainment television event

“It was wonderful to see the audience reacting and engaging with our celebrities. It provided much needed laughter, warmth, and family fun during these troubled times. It was escaping at its best”

Rod Prosser, Chief Sales Officer of ViacomCBS Australia and New Zealand added, “I’m a celebrity … get me out of here! has proven once again that it is a lucrative summer entertainment alternative for brands and advertisers

“No other show can match the level and creativity of integration I have as a celebrity Get me out of here! ”Delivered this season It’s one of the most malleable formats on Australian television that sponsors can work in without the restrictions that come with some sports rules”

10 also did well when the Sunday edition of The Project had one of its biggest viewers after 7 p.m. – 502000 – recorded

In the Big Bash League on Seven, it was The Knockout last night, where Sydney Thunder went to Brisbane Heat and got the runs with no contributions from its biggest stars The first session was on 488000 and the second to 496000 The next final will take place this week on Thursday evening before the final on Saturday

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World news – AU – TV reviews 1 February: MAFS reunion and 60 minutes lead nine to primary / network victory