Married at First Sight Australia has once again topped entertainment programming – propelling Nine to the top overall share.

One again, Married at First Sight beat out stiff competition from the season finales of Ten’s Australian Survivor and Seven’s Australian Idol, continuing its dominance over the entertainment tentpole formats across Q1.

Monday night’s episode of Married at First Sight, which saw contestants make their final vows, attracted an audience of 909,000 metro viewers: topping all three key advertising demos for the broadcaster, and bettering nearest competitor Australian Survivor‘s season-high ratings of 592,000 metro viewers overnight by over a third.

Married at First Sight propelled Nine to win the night, with a 32.0% share, followed by Seven with 24.4%, Ten with 18.9% and ABC with 17.8%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV Report for 20 March, Married at First Sight was also the #1 program nationally last Monday with 1.82 million Total TV viewers, including 549,000 on BVOD and the biggest uplift of 57%.

The final two reunion episodes of season 10 are set to air Sunday and Monday of next week.

The Married at First Sight format is created and produced by Snowman Productions for DR and distributed worldwide by Red Arrow Studios International. The show is one of the world’s most successful relationship formats, with productions in 30 countries.