Farmer Wants a Wife launches to more than 800,000 metro viewers

Mariam Cheik-Hussein
By Mariam Cheik-Hussein | 5 July 2021
The Farmer Wants a Wife

Seven’s Farmer Wants a Wife has returned to more than 800,000 metro viewers.

The reality dating show launched last night at 7 o'clock with 820,000 metro viewers tuning in for total people, according to OzTam figures, making it the most-watched entertainment program for the night.

The show was followed by Nine’s Australian Ninja Warrior, also airing at 7pm, which attracted 724,000 metro viewers.

Meanwhile, MasterChef Australia which aired at 7.30pm, followed with 633,000 metro viewers.

Seven News was the most watched program for the night with 1.187 million metro viewers.

For people aged 18-49, Nine News dominated with 290,000 metro viewers, followed by Ninja Warrior with 270,000, and Seven News with 267,000 metro viewers. MasterChef Australia attracted 260,000 metro viewers in this demo, while Farmer Wants a Wife attracted 249,000 metro viewers.

For people aged 25-54, Nine News was on top again with 363,000 metro viewers, followed by Seven News with 329,000 metro viewers, and Ninja Warrior with 308,000 metro viewers. MasterChef attracted 301,000 metro viewers, followed by Farmer Wants a Wife with 270,000 metro viewers.

Nine won the night with 28.5% of the network share, followed by Seven with 26.7%, and Ten with 19.2%.

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